Monday, April 12, 2010

Lost at Sea


[image courtesy of Helle Jorgensen]



Lost at Sea
daring fiber artists delve into the deep
May 6 - June 11

gallery hanahou / 611 Broadway, Suite 730, NYC / galleryhanahou.com

Opening reception: Thursday, May 6, 7-9 pm RSVP info@galleryhanahou.com

There is something about the malleability and textures of fabric, thread, and yarn that speaks of the sea and its many mysteries.

Curated by Kristen Rask of Schmancy and "Plush You," "Lost at Sea" gathers 32 exciting artists who share underwater visions of items lost, creatures forgotten, and life that struggles to stay with us. The show will feature a broad array of amusing and uncanny works in embroidery, plush, and other materials.

Special workshop on 5/8: Contemporary Embroidered Fabric Collage with Nicole Licht


Brooklyn fiber artist Nicole Licht will lead participants in making embroidery and fabric collages with a "Lost at Sea" theme in a workshop similar to one that she has led at the MAD museum.

Date + Time: Saturday, May 8, 1-3 pm
Place: gallery hanahou, 611 Broadway, Suite 730, NYC
Cost: $45
Signup: Email info@galleryhanahou - space is limited!


Participating Artists

Anna Hrachovec
Annie Aube
Apak
Becky Stern
Cindy Steiler
Coco Howard of Softlife
Cotton Monster
Diem Chau
Erin Paisley
Heidi Kenney
Helle Jorgensen
Hine Mizushima
Jenny Dubish
Jenny Harada
Jenny Hart
Jessica Marquez
Jill Bliss
Joetta Maue
Katya Usvitsky
Kristen Rask
Lisa Aaron
Margaret Oomen
Melissa Sue Stanley
Moxie
mummysam
Nicole Licht
Pamela Davis
Sara Lanzillotta
Sayuri Sasaki Hemann
Snaggs
Yoko Nomura
Zoe Williams


Oh how I wish I could be there for the opening! If you can manage a trip yourself, I would love to hear all about it. Look for three of my pieces at the show, showcasing my beloved Henry and his "forever knitting" companion, Marge. Be there to witness there journey into the treacherous, octopus ridden waters as they try to enjoy a Sunday afternoon out for tea :)


2 comments:

tangled sky studio said...

awesome sam...i'm sure there's no place marge would rather be!

Cara Carmina said...

wooow such an interesting exhibit!!! and your piece is looking so good! :) I want to see it finished!!! congrats!!!