October 27, 2018
A Matter of Time continues at Soka University through January 7, 2019, but if you can't make it or just want a teaser of the real thing, here's the work that's shown there.
Below are Mary Beth Schwartzenberger's 4 seasonal pieces, Autumn, Spring, Summer, and Winter.
Below are Peggy Wiedemann's pieces, Dialogue
Shake It Up
Time Marches On
Below are Polly Jacobs Giacchina's works 21 Weeks
Data from the Past
Doshi's The Tides Lull
Time Leaves Its Shadows
Linda Anderson's Unbroken
Brecia Kralovic-Logan's work from the Celebrate the Crone series: Memory
From the Totem, Talisman, and Trinket series: Trinket
Michael F. Rohde's pieces Partita
Julie Kornblum's Gyre
Kathy Nida's Heart-Shaped Box
I Can't Be Your Superwoman
Holding It All In
All Stacked Up in My Head
Rebecca Smith's work Time to Rise
Islands in the Stream of Consciousness
Marilyn McKenzie Chaffee's Marking Time #7
Carrie Burckle's Memento Mori-shirt plackets
Memento Mori-blue cuffs
Gail Fraser's Tick-Tock, Hem and Haw!
Susan Henry, Red Sky
Charlotte Bird's Meander
Cameron Taylor-Brown's work Colors of Gujarat: Common Threads #2
Reflections: Giverny #1
Ashley Blalock's Metaphor
Lydia Tjioe Hall's One a Day 2014
October 21, 2018
California Fibers currently has an exhibit, A Matter of Time, at Soka University in Aliso Viejo, California, through January 7, 2019. Below are some photos from the installation and opening. Many thanks to Gail Fraser and the Soka University photographer for the photos. Pictures of all the work will follow.
Artists Cameron Taylor Ford, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Charlotte Bird, and Rebecca Smith on installation day.
Artist Lydia Tjioe Hall installing 365 days of art.
Artist Carrie Burckle installing one of her pieces.
Artists Polly Jacobs Giacchina and Charlotte Bird reviewing installation of Bird's piece.
All the artists who were present at the opening.
Viewers with Jacobs Giacchina's work.
A viewer with Marybeth Schwartzenberger's work.
Viewers with Tjioe Hall's work.
The exhibit includes boxes with small art by each of the participating artists.
Viewers with Peggy Wiedemann's work.
Viewers with Linda Anderson's work.
Viewers with Kathy Nida's work.
A viewer with Ashley Blalock's work.
Charlotte Bird (left), Kathy Nida (center), and Michael F. Rohde (right)
Viewers with Bird's work.