DeFine Metal and Fiber

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DeFine Metal and Fiber

DeFine Metal and Fiber features works that combine metal with fiber or that are made of metal using fiber techniques. These works defy our expectations, showing us how artists are reaching across media boundaries to express themselves.

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December 30, 2009- January 30, 2010



Lynette Andreasen
Shadow Series 2
found silver platter, embroidery

Lynette Andreasen
AZ4
copper, embroidery

Dixie Darling
Felt Ring #3
Brass, felted wool, found objects, glass beads, fresh water pearls, enamel paint

Dixie Darling
Felt RIng #4
Brass Felted wool, found objects, glass beads, enamel paint

This body of work slightly blurs the distinct line between metal and fiber in a whimsical and almost kitsch sort of way.

Jennifer Moss
Obscured bracelet
glass, nylon, pearls, silk, silver

Jennifer Moss
Burst brooch
Felted wool, pearls, silver

Jieun Lee
Human Relationship

Ashley Ernst
Cuff

Ashley Ernest
Silver, lace

Ashley Ernest
Silver, lace

Tracy McAlister Mackay
Together and apart
metal, paper collage, thread, digital photography
20cm x 20cm

Tracy McAlister Mackay
Eucalyptus Family
metal, paper collage, thread
50cm x 50cm

Amanda E. Stark
Organix 2
Copper, sterling silver, bronze, glass, felt, citrine

Gary Schott
Felt Ring
aluminum, steel, needle-felted wool, paint
3.5cmx 3.5cm x 6.5cm

Gary Schott
Felt Ring on body

Atticus Adams
Silver Lining

Vicky T. Hunt
Happy Horny Fungi
merino wool fiber, faux bone, sterling silver, natural raw diamond, UV resin
12cm above finger

David Choi
Bone Brooch
bone, wood, silver, wool, steel wire
4 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/2"

Joan Dulla
Recreating Myself

Jill Baker Gower
Yellow Tutu brooch
silver, tulle
5.5" x5.5"x 1 1/2"

L.Sue Szabo
Ripple bracelet
Sterling Silver, mokume gane of nickel and copper, vintage metal beads, silk thread

Rickson
bronze, hair, resin

Miranda Lark Maher
Rat's Nest brooch
sterling silver, fine silver, human hair, dead mouse cast in shibuishi

Miranda Lark Maher
Repudiated #3
felted wool, vintage enamel brooch parts

Jennifer Moss
Dent
Felted wool, gold foil, sterling silver

Laura Wood
Sweet Potato II
Sterling silver, paper, wax, color pencil
The title “Sweet Potato” can be taken literally, or as a term of endearment, alluding to intimacy. The materials used in this brooch illustrate the tender qualities of skin and the human body.

David Choi
Untitled brooch
wood, porcelain, silver, wool, steel wire
4 1/2", 2 1/2", 1 1/2"

Thea Clark
Pollen brooch
Silver, needle and wet felted wool, peridot

Curator- Thea Clark

Thea Clark makes jewelry, combining fibers with metal for the last four years. Her work has exhibited nationally in galleries and museums, as well as at wholesale and retail fine craft shows. She teaches at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ and at the Newark Museum. In 2008 she founded the New Jersey Metal Arts Guild.






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Comment by Lora-Lynn Kahler on December 24, 2010 at 12:02pm
I need some handwork to carry along on a trip to meet my new husband's family.  It might be a good time to experiment with macramé in wire.
Comment by Stevie B. on February 17, 2010 at 3:18pm
Love it!
Comment by Jessica Beels on January 11, 2010 at 7:30am
Fabulous show with a wonderful range of work! I love the interactions between connections/substructures/encasings. So nice to see so much successful cross-pollination of supposedly disparate materials and techniques.
I use fiber techniques on wire and then shrink flax paper over the armatures.
Keep up the great work! Jessica
Comment by Brigitte Martin on January 2, 2010 at 7:55pm
For those of you working with felt, this call for LARK Book of the 500 series might be interesting:

500 Felt Objects
Juror: Susan Brown
Entry deadline: February 13, 2010


Lark Books seeks images from artists/designers across the globe for publication in a juried collection showcasing felt objects. Categories in the book will include Garments, Jewelry, Furniture, Bags, Art Pieces, Headwear, Functional Items/Home Décor, Floor and Wall Coverings, and more. Felt must be the focus of all work, but other materials are allowed. While Lark usually features hand-made work, for this book, innovative designs in industrial felt are acceptable

http://www.larkbooks.com/submissions/artist-submissions
Comment by Catherine Chandler on January 2, 2010 at 12:40pm
Gorgeous pieces! I love seeing all the different uses of fiber combined with metal.
Comment by Emily Watson on January 2, 2010 at 7:24am
Lovely curating, Thea... thanks so much for introducing me to some new artists, and putting a few with whom I was familiar into a new context.
Comment by 2Roses on December 22, 2009 at 9:02am
Terrific body of work. Extraordinary breadth of imagination and execution. Thanks for putting this together Thea.
 

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