Vol. 34 No.
ON THE COVER: Daniella Hefter, Long conversation (detail), 2006;
embroidery, acrylic paint, and fabric on linen; 25 1/2" x 25 1/2". ABOVE:
Lorraine Glessner, Aggregate, 2006; encaustic, digital prints, photographs,
paper, and oil paint on composted, rusted, and branded silk; 36" x 36".
Hefter, Glessner, and four other artists who use layers to express their ideas
are featured in Sampling on page 32.
ARLÉ SKLAR-WEINSTEIN: SHEER DELIGHT
by Sandra Sider
Layers of images and fabric suggest reflection, complexity, ambiguity.
JIRO YONEZAWA: TRADITION AND INNOVATION
by Nancy Moore Bess
Mastery and experimentation are layered in this artist’s life and in his
EDUCATING THE QUILT ARTIST
by Sandra Sider
Critiques and mentoring have fostered the quilt-art community.
THE INTRICATE WORKS OF LYNDI SALES
by Veronica C. Wilkinson
Layered tones and textures mark this South African artist’s three-dimensional
ARTIST HOW-TO: CREATING A GREAT EXHIBITION PROPOSAL
by Luann Udell
What are art venues looking for?
ON THE WEB: Exhibition proposal basics
News & Notes
Cool Globes | Tapestry Alliance at 25 | Quilt of Belonging | Artist
Awards | Museum News | And Still Counting | and other tidbits from
the fiber world
Tapestry at the Met | Knitting and Stitching Shows | Alzheimer’s Quilts
Encaustic: Translucent Layering with Wax
An Encaustic Technique from Bags
in Paper and Stitch
Robert and Karen Duncan: Collecting with Heart
Dee Clements | Karen Allen
A Showcase of Ideas in Layers
ON THE WEB: More work by our Sampling artists
Fiberart International | Tapestry Triennial | Gayle Fraas and Duncan Slade
Travel & Traditions
La Tessitura | Ukrainian Museum
Textile Tours - Updated
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
ABOVE: Tom Lee,
Self-Portrait Basket, 1997; plaited linoleum; 16"
x 13" x 16". From the basket collection of Robert and Karen Duncan.
Read about the collection on page 24. Photo: Ted Kirk.