20 Photos - Dec 11, 2013
Photo: I was very happy to be a part of "Above the Din: Unstructured Conversations" at Artworks! in New Bedford, Massachusetts, February 2013.  We got some press too from Fiber Art News, see my press page.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: My Australian marsupials were exhibited for the first time and were displayed alongside Nathalie Miebachs - "The Ghostly Crew of the Andrea Gail", (left) and Adrienne Sloanes - "Sea Change", (middle.)  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: The artists at the opening.  Left to right - me, Nancy Crasco, Adrienne Sloane, Nathalie Miebach, we were only missing Beatrice Coron.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Nathalie Miebach's amazing "The Ghostly Crew of the Andrea Gail", 2011.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Russian Tiger with Nathalie Miebach's "Hurricane Noel".  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Tiger Quoll #2 in the background, Nathalie's sculpture, "The Ghostly Crew of the Andrea Gail", in the foreground.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: A group of my marsupials, Adrienne's Sloane's "Walking on Eggshells" sculpture on the floor,  Nancy Crasco's red textile, "Coral Contamination".  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Adrienne Sloane, "Face Off" .  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Adrienne Sloane - "Face Off", Nathalie Miebach - "Temporal Warmth: Tango Between Air, Land and Sea", my Ocelot #1.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: It was nice to see these little guys grouped together for the first time!  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Nathalie's  "A duet of blizzards", next to Tiger Quoll #1.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: My tiger being admired, and round the corner you can see Adrienne Sloane's "2 Degrees Celcius".  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Adrienne was the guest curator of the show, I'm so glad she invited me to be a part of it.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Adrienne is a very warm hostess, she took me to her studio and showed me her knitting machine!  Photo credit: Ruth Marshall