Watch to see the fiber sculptures and tapestries I’ve been working on in quarantine this year in response to social injustice and co-vid 19.
A handmade holiday card is a magical way to show someone you care about them.
Pull out your craft supplies and spread them out on a table. This JCFriday, we are going to make holiday cards together on Zoom.
I will provide instruction and take your questions during this live holiday card making demonstration.
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, December 4th, 2020, after 6pm ET, exact time TBC
Suggested Supply List:
- Plain paper or blank card and envelopes
- Markers, crayons and paint pens
- Wrapping paper, tissue paper, old holiday cards, photographs, newspaper and magazine cuttings.
- Ink and stamps
- Paper punches and scissors or cutting blade
- Glue sticks or Matte Medium
- Old credit card or hotel card key
Beginning in January, three groups of interested Pro Arts members met once a month to share their ideas and work for feedback and inspiration. Each group was assigned a curator who met with them twice to offer another point of view and their suggestions. This year’s program was particularly challenging due to the pandemic forcing most of the meetings to Zoom. Nevertheless, the groups persisted and this exhibition is a culmination of our hard work.
The artists and curators:
Abstracted Viewpoints / Gerry Heydt, Curator
Richard White – (not participating in the show)
Interpreting Reality / Kathleen Karlen Donnelly, Curator
The Commentators / Katelyn Halpern, Curator
Loura van der Meule
If yo want to see my virtual studio visit with the Textile Study Group of New York, visit the link below…
On June 5, 2020, McCarty and I participated in @ Virtual Access JC Fridays to show fibre works from I Am My Hair while I demonstrated the Larks Head Knot .
Watch our segment.
Or to experience the self guided I Am My Hair Workshop slide show please visit this – link
JC Fridays is a seasonal arts festival in Jersey City, New Jersey presented by Art House Productions.