Inside the Sept/Oct 2004 Issue
Vol. 31 No. 2
Above: Julie Ryder, Infiltration (with detail), 2003; silk digitally printed with reactive dyes; each panel, 783⁄4'' x 15''. Photos: Greg Sims. These panels incorporate magnified images of Ryder’s hand-printed, dyed, and stitched textiles. Read about Ryder and other artists who are crossing disciplines in The Space Between on page 22.
THE SPACE BETWEEN
by Jessica Hemmings
Enriching our understanding of the textile, artists are crossing disciplines, drawing inspiration from science, math, dance, theater, and technology.
HOW THE COLOURS MARVEL ME
by Akiko Kotani and Bernard Freydberg
Roseline Koener is passionate about sharing beauty, her creative “fire,” and the work of other artists.
MASTERS OF ROZOME
by Betsy Sterling Benjamin and Leesa Hubbell
Sister to batik, the wax-resist technique of rozome has been underappreciated outside of Japan.
THE FIBER OF OUR BEING
by Liz Good
A showcase of anatomically inspired art
ELYSE ALLEN’S IN CREATIVE OVERDRIVE
by Elyse Allen and Estee Pierce
She knits. She sews. She teaches. She sells.
But does she ever sleep?
THROUGH THE SURFACE
by Oliver Lowenstein
Seven pairs of textile artists worked together for three months, sharing cultures, ideas, and techniques. The results include a touring exhibition and a fascinating website.
News & Notes
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
Education & Travel
Penland Celebrates 75, Tapestry Bestseller
Gets It Right, New York Sewing,
Gee’s Bend Quilt Update
The Creative Process
Creative Retreats in a Pristine Setting;
Intense Colors on Wool, Collaged;
Quilt Artist Illustrates Lewis & Clark
Fiberart International 2004, Strands of Fabrication
Adrienne Outlaw: Vessels of Grace
Philadelphia’s Month of Fiber
By Hand in the Electronic Age: Contemporary Tapestry
A Textile Legacy: Celebrating
Barbara B. Goldberg