|Ed Lambert, Dragons Behind, 1999; screen print
on canvas; 92 by 52 inches. Courtesy of Connell Gallery,
Atlanta, Georgia. See page 30.
Vol. 29 No. 4 Jan / Feb 2003
ISSN No. 0164-324X
Focus on Surface Design
GLITZ, AND TATTOOS 30
by Dorothy Joiner
Recent works by Ed Lambert delve deep into popular culture.
CONTEMPORARY BASKETS: THE STATE OF THE ART 35
by Kevin V. Wallace
del Mano Gallery's recent show prompts reflections on the
EXPLORING TEXTILES AND TEXT 40
by Carol Ferring Shepley
Pages flutter and words murmur in Laura Strand's fiber works.
SHADOWS ON SILK, WIND ON LINEN 45
by Betsy Schein Goldman
Luanne Rimel's photograph-based works whisper messages of
time and space.
AN EXTRAORDINARY COLLECTION FINDS A NEW HOME 49
by Jane Brite
In Racine, Wisconsin, a small museum has built a vast collection
of contemporary craft.
Notable Events 10
Convergence 2002, News from NUNO, International Marblers Gathering,
Fiber Art in Turkey Embassy, Fiber Art Center Grows
Worldwide Connections 18
Spinning Product Ideas, European Textile Routes, Indian Papermaking
Beyond the Surface
The Creative Process 22
Zelma Löseke's Fluid Forms, Surface Design Glossary, Dresses
Woven to Fit, Embroidered Mail, Hitched Horsehair
McGonagle: Expressive Baskets
|Arlene McGonagle, Lines of Verse (detail),
2001; wire, silk and Kyosei shi paper, knotted waxed linen;
9 by 8 by 8 inches. Photo: James Beards. See page 23.
Fiber Online 28
Clay" of Central and South America
Quilt 21 54
Boys with Needles 58
Gema Alava Cristostomo: Funambulista 59
Tapestry Alliance Biennial 60
Natural Elements: Sculptural Expressions 62
67 Broadway 7
News & Notes 16
Current & Coming 63
Education & Travel 72
Competitions & Opportunities 76
Advertisers' Index 79