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ARTICLE ARCHIVE

ARTICLE ARCHIVE
Photo Galleries

This list of Web-Exclusive galleries is alphabetical by subject or medium.
More artwork is available under profiles and reviews.

Accessories

More work from our Sampling artists.
[Jan/Feb 2010]

At left: Conductor, 2008; DVD, sound, political newspapers, cotton, button; sewn, performance. Video shot in front of downtown Taipei City, the tuxedo is sewn of newspaper with headlines and articles about politics.

More examples of Lisa Klakulak’s work from start to finish.
[Jan/Feb 2010]

At left: Stone Grid Cuff, 2009; merino and finn/rambouillet wool fleece, cotton thread; wet felted, handstitched, free-motion machine embroidered. 9" x 3" x 1". Photo: John Lucas.

Sampling: A Showcase of Accessories
[Jan/Feb 2007]

Artists: Anastasia Azure, Anna Osmer Andersen, Nora Fok, Natalya Pinchuk, Camilla Prasch, Marga van der Bos.

At left: Nora Fok, Calculator, 2002

Book Arts

Anna Fidler: New Works in Collage
[Summer 2009]

At left: The Sensualists.

Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger
[April/May 2009]

At left: Untitled Silhouette (Conjoined Eleven).

Photographed and Stitched: Artist Books by Linda Grashoff
[Summer 2006]

At left: Real.

Sampling: Fiber-Based Postcard Valentines
[April/May 2010]

Sampling: Fiber-Based Valentines 2009

Sampling: Fiber-Based Postcard Valentines
[April/May 2009]

Sampling: Fiber-Based Valentines 2008

Sampling: Fiber-Based Postcard Valentines
[April/May 2008]

Sampling: Fiber-Based Postcard Valentines
[April/May 2007]

Sampling: A Showcase of Book Arts
[Summer 2005]

Artists: Allison Cooke Brown, Jette Clover, Katherine D. Crone, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord, Sharon McCartney, Gail Smuda.

At left: Gail Smuda, Hung Out to Dry.

Tamar Stone Corset Books
[Jan/Feb 2006]

At left: Pink Corset Book (untitled).

Collage


Sampling a Showcase of Ideas in Layers
[Sep/Oct 2007]

Artists: Mavin Staub Ambrose, Milisa M. Galazzi, Arlene Gitomer, Lorraine Glessner, Daniella Hefter, Karen Henderson

At left: Milisa M. Galazzi , She is Still With Me


Layer Upon Layer: Six Collage Artists
[Summer 2005]

Artists: Sue Clancy, Ai Kijima, Lisa Kokin, Fran Gardner Perry, Fran Skiles, Lynn Whipple

At left: Fran Skiles, Lands Edge III.


Lance Letscher: Quiltlike Collage
[Summer 2004]

At left: Lance Letscher, Red Bar.

Collecting


Robert Fontenot and the Recycle LACMA Project
[April/May 2010]

At left: Robert Fontenot, Boxing Gloves.

Nagakura Kenichi, Pure Elegance

Fiber Finds from the Kamm Teapot Collection
[Sept/Oct 2010]

At left: Elfleda Russell, Pure Elegance.

Contests


Fiberarts Studio Tours & Studio Contest Winners
[April/May 2007]

Artists’ studios are places of inspiration, perspiration, creative retreat. Welcome to Fiberarts magazine’s online studio tour and winning studios.

At left: Best Storage/Organization, Andi Arnovitz.

Culture

Handmade Histories by Marie Watt
[April/May 2010]

The work of Marie Watt is featured in our Summer 2010 issue. Here she shares her most recent series, Marker.

How Lisa Telford Harvests Cedar Bark and Her Traditional Pre-Contact Clothing and Basketry.
[Jan/Feb 2010]

At left: Twined Hat, 2006; red and yellow cedar bark; twined; 6" x 14". Photo: Jerry McCollum.

The World Reclamation Art Project (WRAP)
[Nov/Dec 2008]

At left: The World Reclamation Art Project on display in DeWitt, New York (just outside Syracuse), April 12– July 1, 2008. Photo: Cathryn Lahm.


Sampling: Textiles Inspired by Tradition
[Summer 2008]

The Sampling department of our Summer 2008 issue features textiles inspired by tradition.

At left: Wayang Cahaya (detail), Brahma Tirta Sari Utopia Collaboration, 2000; hand-drawn batik on silk, wayang/kawang/ Utopia motifs; 118" x 39". Photo: BTS.

Events

Images from editor Marci Rae McDade's First Anniversary Tea Party
[Summer 2009]

At left: Marci’s first year anniversary cake, topped with a sugar version of the April/May 2009 Fiberarts cover!

Images from editor Marci Rae McDade's summer fiber-art travels
[Nov/Dec 2008]

At left: Artist Mandy Greer gave contributing writer Suzanne Beal and me a guided tour of her other-worldly solo exhibition Dare alla Luce at the Bellevue Art Museum in Washington on August 3. Photo: Christian French.

Untitled #16 (Thread)
[Nov/Dec 2008]

At left: Marci gets swept up in the moment outside the Denver Art Museum.

The Language of Craft
[Nov/Dec 2008]

At left: The award-winning Haystack Mountain School of Craft campus, designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes, was added to the National Historic Register in February 2006. Photo: Amanda Kowalski.

The Figure
Nagakura Kenichi, Pure Elegance

Sampling: A Showcase of Fanciful Figures
[Sept/Oct 2010]

At left: Jan Huling, QeeSahib.

Nagakura Kenichi, Pure Elegance

The Figure
[Sept/Oct 2006]

At left: Nagakura Kenichi, Pure Elegance.

Film
Janet Echelman's She Changes

The Making of a Fabric Collage Landscape
[April/May 2010]

Sacramento, California artist Merle Axelrad Serlin is profiled in our Summer 2010 issue. She is well known for her realistic landscapes rendered in fabric collage.

At left: Merle Axelrad Serlin, California Ricelands.

Nick Cave's sound suits

Bonnie Gale: Living Willow Sculpture By Jo Stealey
[April/May 2010]

A nationally known willow basket maker, Bonnie Gale continues to explore her versatile natural materials in innovative ways.

At left: Bonnie Gale, Living Tree 1

Janet Echelman's She Changes

The making of Janet Echelman’s She Changes
[November/December 2009]

At left: She Changes, 2005; painted galvanized steel and Tenara Architectural Fiber. 160' x 300' x 240'. Praca Cidade Salvador, Porto, Portugal. Image courtesy of Janet Echelman Inc.

Nick Cave's sound suits

Nick Cave’s soundsuit videos
[November/December 2009]

At left: SOUNDSUIT, 2009.

Scott Fife: Making of Lionel Hampton

Scott Fife: The Making of Lionel Hampton
[Summer 2009]

At left: Lionel Hampton.

Film & FIber Favorites

Film & Fiber Favorites
[April/May 2009]

At left: Michel Gondry, Walkie Talkie Man

Mandy Greer: Altered States

Mandy Greer: Altered States
[April/May 2009]

At left: Snowball Chandelier and Snowdrift Rag Rug.

Persistent Visions - Andrea Dezso

Persistent Visions: Moving Images by Andrea Dezsö
[April/May 2009]

At left: Heart.

John Sims

John Sims
[Summer 2009]

At left: still from The SquareRoots of the Master Quilt: Poetic Reflections by Johannes-Curtis Schwarzenstein.

Labyrinths
Ted Hallman: Labyrinths

Labyrinths in Fiber by Ted Hallman
[Summer 2006]

At left: Ted Hallman,>Wrapping by Encircling.

Mixed Media
Mixed Media Beadwork: Keepsake
Fabric and Glass by Vanessa Yanow
[Sept/Oct 2009]

At left: Vanessa Yanow, Collaborating with Her Story—Incarnation I

Mixed Media Beadwork: Keepsake
Mixed-media beadwork by Kym Hepworth
[Sept/Oct 2009]

At left: Keepsake (baby doll) (with detail), 2009, doll dress, beads, rhinestones, thread, found objects, quilt; 8⅛" x 8⅜" x 3⅞".

Recycled Art Gallery
More work by our Sampling artists
[Summer 2009]

Recycled Art: Artists include Christine Atkins, Johnston Foster, Judi Gaston, and Jacqueline Rush Lee.

At left: Jacqueline Rush Lee, Flutter.

Mixed Media with Beads Gallery
Sampling: Mixed Media with Beads
[Summer 2009]

Artists: Ann Baddeley Keister, Susan Aaron-Taylor, Amy Gross, Lisa Binkley.

At left: Amy Gross, Optimist’s Biotope

Nature
The Tactile Tranquility of the Wetlands
[April/May 2010]

The work of Katherine K. Allen is included in our Summer 2010 issue. Here she shares some insight into her creative process.

At left: Katherine K. Allen, Song Twice Over.

Sampling: Animalistic Art
[April/May 2010]

Artists: Annie Helmericks-Louder, Daniaelle Simonsen, Geoffrey Gorman, and Pat Hickman

At left: Geoffrey Gorman, Jacobita.

Animal Stories by Anne Lemanski
[April/May 2010]

The handstitched paper and fabric animal sculptures of Anne Lemanski call attention to the fragile state of many creatures that are nearing extinction today.

At left: Anne Lemanski, Golden Frog.

Celebrating Nature: Craft Traditions/Contemporary Expressions
[Nov/Dec 2004]
Sculpture/Baskets

Artists: Nancy Moore Bess, Judy Mulford, Carol Eckert, Jan Hopkins, Leah Danberg, Ruth Greenberg, Gerri Johnson McMillan.

At left: Leah Danberg, Sing Out.

Of Flora and Fauna: Renee Harris and Donna June Katz
[Summer 2006]

At left: Donna June Katz, Water Over Sky (with details).
Jennifer Angus: Insect Patterns
Installation
[Nov/Dec 2005]

At left: Chiyogami, 2004.

Needlework
Making Smiles with Machine Embroidery
Needlepoint
[Summer 2007]

At left: Cindy Hickok, Fresh Fish.
Stephen Beal’s Color Memoirs
Needlepoint
[Summer 2007]

At left: Stephen Beal, The Periodic Table of the Artist’s Colors,.
Vintage Fabric Embroideries by Isabella Rengifo
Needlework
[Sept/Oct 2009]

At left: Isabella Rengifo,
Doña Costura.
Sampling: Focusing on the Stitch
Needlework
[Sept/Oct 2008]

At left: Caroline Dahl, Shopping Mall Day of the Dead.
Quilting
Denise Labadie Behind the Reflections of Margot Quan Knight by Suzanne Beal
Quilting
[Nov/Dec 2010]

At left: Margot Quan Knight , Lambda print photographs of home interiors reflected in pieces of glass mirror arranged in a quilt pattern.
Denise Labadie Creative Process: Denise Labadie
Quilting
[April/May 2009]

At left: Denise Labadie, Dolmen on Inishmore.
Sculpture
Margarita Cabrera: Collaborating to Create the Spaces in Between
[November/December 2010]

At left: Image was taken in January 2010 during the month-long Spaces in Between project at Box 13 ArtSpace in Houston, Texas.

Linda Hutchins: Capturing Nature's Grace
[April/May 2010]

At left: Linda Hutchins, Jade Plant.

Shifu
Linelle Dickinson: Sculptural Shifu
[Mar/Apr 2004]

At left: Linelle Dickinson, Untitled (Warrier's Armor Vest).

Student Showcase
Fiberarts Student Showcase 2008
Student Showcase
[Nov/Dec 2010]

At left: June Kim, Red Thread Sculpture, 2010; red thread, six clear acrylic plates, wood base, white paint; hand sewing, laser cut acrylic; 17" x 14" x 25". Photo: David Gin Lee.

Fiberarts Student Showcase 2008
More work from our fifth annual student showcase finalists
[Nov/Dec 2009]

At left: Ilene Godofsky, Marta, 2009; Vandyke Brown photograph developed on handwoven rayon and synthetic fabric; 15" x 17". Photo by the artist.

Fiberarts Student Showcase 2008 Student Showcase
[Nov/Dec 2008]

At left: Amy DiPlacido, Parenthis/ease, 2007; rolled cotton paper; dimensions variable.

Student Showcase 2007 Student Showcase
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Nov/Dec 2007]

At left: Anna Kristina Goransson, Pathways.

Fiberarts Student Showcase 2006 Student Showcase
[Nov/Dec 2006]

At left: Amy Long, gold.

Surface Design
Barbara Setsu Pickett Velvet and Shibori by Barbara Setsu Pickett
[Sept/Oct 2009]

At left: Barbara Setsu Pickett, Colony

Wearables

Candiss Cole-Footitt’s one-of-a-kind handwoven Ikat/Shibori coat
[Winter 2010/2011]

At left: Candiss Cole-Footitt , Moonshadows

Berber Soepboer’s Treasuring Places wearable art collection
[Winter 2010/2011]

At left: Berber Soepboer , Treasuring Places

Taking Time for Textiles by Janice Jakielski
[Sept/Oct 2010]

At left: Janice Jakielski , Dischdelfink


Art Apparel in Transformation
[Sept/Oct 2005]

At left: J. R. Campbell and Jean Parsons, Transformation: Overload

 

Maria Blaisse
[Mar/Apr 2004]
Sculpture/Costumes

At left: Maria Blaisse, Rubber arms.

Memory Clothing

 

John Coffelt's Memory Clothing
[Jan/Feb 2009]

All images are reclaimed and miniaturized personal garments and handsewn. Photo: Shawn Boley.

Echando Flores

 

Maria Ezcurra's Enchando Flores (Throwing Flowers), from Caracas, Venezuela
[Jan/Feb 2009]

Performed at Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos Rómulo Gallegos (CELARG) in Caracas, Venezuela, on November 25, 2008.

 

Post-Colonial Discourse in Garment Form
[Mar/Apr 2004]

Artists: Susan Stockwell, Elaine Reichek, Sue Blanchfield, Yinka Shonibare

At left, Susan Stockwell, Pattern of the World (detail).

 

Salad Dressing: Food in Fashion
[Jan/Feb 2005]

At left, Tokio Kumagai, Eating Shoes: Kobe Beef Pumps.

Echando Flores


Keiler Sensenbrenner Simple Wardrobe blog entries
[Jan/Feb 2009]

At left: Twilight Skirt, ultra-suede skirt and cotton T-shirt.

Echando Flores


More of Laura Splan's new sculptural works
[Jan/Feb 2009]

At left: Laura Splan, Gloves #1, 2008; cosmetic facial peel, mixed media; 1″ x 12″ x 3 1/2″ (each glove).

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Molly Sutkaitis


Molly Sutkaitis's Wedding Dress
[Summer 2009]

At left: Molly and Tony Sutkaitis on their wedding day, July 26, 1966

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Victoria May Blouse Series
[Jan/Feb 2005]

At left: Victoria May, Hair Shirt (detail).

Angelika Werth's Madeleines

Angelika Werth's Madeleines
[April/May 2009]

At left: Angelika Werth, Fencing Dress #2: Ode to Jeanne d’ Arc.

 

You Wear What You Eat: The Sociology, Politics, and Joy of Food
[Jan/Feb 2005]

At left, Susanne Lechler-Osborn, Why I Grew So Tall.

Weaving
Barbara Setsu Pickett 3-D Animation Becomes a Jacquard Weaving
[Nov/Dec 2010]

At left: Claudia Herbst-Tait, A digital still image captured from the high resolution 3-D animation, used to create the weaving 3D Fiber #9.

 

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