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Works currently on view

Greenburgh Library show December 1, 2014 to January 14, 2015. Opening reception Sunday December 14, 2-4.


Muscoot Farm “Artisan Faire” December 1-7, small works for sale.


Also some small work available at The Coop in Peekskill, 107 S. Division Street.

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Rhode Island Fiber Art Show

IMAGO Foundation for the Arts 9th Annual Fiber Art and Textiles show, Warren, Rhode Island.

Opening October 25 6-8 pm. Beautiful show.

IFA’s 9th Annual Juried Exhibit
Artist Reception
Friday | October 24
2014 National Exhibit
Multiplicities: New Directions in Fiber
Angelas | by Robert Mertens from Virginia

Our 2014 Juror is Elin Noble, an internationally known

fiber artist who lives in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Works were selected from 165 submissions.

The exhibit includes a wide variety of two- and three-dimensional

wall pieces, sculpture, wearable art, tapestries and collage using a

wide variety of materials including felt, quilting, armature wire,

slinkies, cable ties, thread, metal, cotton warp, plastic bottle caps,

plaster, beads and leather.

Cash awards will be presented at the reception
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Pound Ridge Gallery in the Park

Currently have a piece in the KMAA show at this gallery in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation through October 30.


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Hooked rug in the KMAA show at ArtsWestchester’s new Gallery9


Very excited to be included in this art show juried by Bartholomew Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Hudson River Museum.

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Irvington Public Library Show May 1-31, 2014

Next month I will be showing new work at the Irvington Library, right across from the train station. The library is in a historic building, formerly the factory of Lord and Burnham which constructed iron frame conservatories, including the frame still standing at nearby Lyndhurst, and the Enid Haupt Conservatory at the Botanical Gardens.375px-Bridge_Street_1800s

Lord and Burnham complex c. 1890

On view will be hooked landscapes of scenes of the Hudson River from that period, including Lyndhurst and its conservatory.

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New small work

Shell Carolina Wren Piebald Deer

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