Tag Archives for felt
Translator A little more video of this piece captured this morning (thank you Lorna Sarah). Time-lapse cameras will soon be set up for recording over a longer duration.
TranslatorFriend and colleague Elis Vermeulen is currently working on a new installation Retreating Motion/Wave to be installed in a vacant factory building in the Netherlands. The project commences October 6 and opens October 26. A short film is also being produced about … Continue reading
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Translator2011 was a busy year on ArtClothText and I was hard-pressed to pull only a few highlights to share with you this New Year’s Eve. I suppose a good place to start would be Studio Practice, a series of posts … Continue reading
TranslatorA few months ago I started enmesh. Here are some of the things I’ve been posting there…
TranslatorOpening July 29, 2011, an exhibition of new work by Amelie Proulx and Barbara Sutherland. A book can be defined as an object that we can open, flip, unfold, or cradle and also as an object that introduces both abstract … Continue reading
Translator On Saturday Kristofer and I drove out to my parent’s land near Delia, Alberta. It was a welcome escape from the city and an opportunity for me to set up a maquette for a series of large textile sculptures … Continue reading
Translator Visit Global Burrows
TranslatorThis week, I attended the opening reception for the annual Graduating Student Show at the Alberta College of Art and Design. The exhibition in ACAD’s Main Mall, 3rd Floor and Illingworth Kerr Gallery continues until May 28 2011 and features … Continue reading
Translator A work in progress… More about global burrows…
Translator I remember one of my teachers telling me that Fibre was the easiest and most low-tech of studios to set up ourselves when we were done school and needed a space to work. I have found this to be … Continue reading
Translator In January 2010 I was awarded the commission for a Textile Sculpture in Kilkenny Courthouse. The design was of twelve heads made from fleece and hemp floating above an Atrium. Each head was to be 5 meters long and … Continue reading
Translator You are invited to view an exhibition of felt work by Elis Vermeulen at Poplar Gallery.Online in gallery2. Telling Tales by Joe Lewis and Kathy Schicker continues in gallery1 until November 19, 2010.