Vol. 32 No. 5
ABOVE: Carol Taylor, Dispersion (Confetti
series), 2004; hand-dyed cotton sateen fabrics; appliqué, quilted by machine; 781⁄2" x 681⁄2". Taylor’s sales
experience has helped her with marketing her art quilts;
read how in the article on page 36.
ON THE COVER: Mical Aloni, River, 2004; cotton floss; embroidery; 31⁄2" x 5".
Aloni is represented by Colorado’s
Hibberd McGrath Gallery, whose owners are
interviewed on page 32. See more of Aloni’s work on
her website, www.alonireznikstudio.com. Photo: Assaf Reznik.
THROUGH THE GALLERY DOORS
by Jane LaFerla
Martha Hibberd and Terry McGrath Craig offer candid advice on approaching and working with a gallery.
by Melissa Stanz and Carolyn Lee Vehslage
Quilt artists Bernie Rowell and Carol Taylor are both making it—supporting themselves through their artwork. A look at their strategies for success.
MAKING THE TRANSITION
by Jessica Hemmings
Five textiles graduates discuss how their careers have progressed and what they learned as they moved from school to work.
COMMISSIONS FOR CREDIT
by Rock Hushka
Layne Goldsmith’s innovative carpet-commission class offers students a rich, wide-ranging experience.
ON THE ROAD WITH FIBERARTS
by Liz Good, Kit Kinseth, and Lizzie Beard
From Loveland, Colorado, to Grand Rapids, Michigan, we’re out on the road and looking for adventure.
News and Notes
Sign Post to a New Space
Nick Cave’s Soundsuits
Fifth Fiber Biennial in Philadelphia
and other tidbits from the fiber world
ON THE WEB:
Claire Heminsley: Rooted in the Everyday
Maggie Orth: Textiles Meet Technology
Pat dipaula Klein: Exuberant Embroidery
Fiber Art in the Mailbox
Students Reinvent DKNY Classic
Akiko Kotani: Octobre en Auvillar
Donna Rhae Marder: Size Matters
Frank Connet: Nature on Cloth
Jakkai Siributr: Strange Land
Victoria Rivers: Heavy Light
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
|Ed Bing Lee, Super Sized, 2006; knotted cotton, linen, waxed linen,
bamboo; 51⁄4" x 7" x 7". This work is included in Snyderman-Works Galleries’
fifth invitational fiber biennial this spring. We preview the exhibit
on page 12. Photo: Ken Yanoviak.