Fate, Destiny and Self-Determination/le Sort, le Destin et l'Auto-determination: an international tapestry installation exhibited at the Doyle and Margaret Hartman Gallery, Dayton Memorial Library, Regis Universtiy, Denver Colorado. August 2015. All of these pictures document this exhibition as well as the reception.
Some of the shapes contributed to FD&SD.
Rebecca Mezoff's tapestry, Emergence 1, woven under the guidance of James Koehler.
Tapestries by Aneesha Parrone, and shapes contributed by FD&SD participants. Recognize yours?
On the right, a tapestry by David Johnson, along with more shapes contributed to the FD&SD installation. More information about David and his tapestry ventures
RECEPTION SUNDAY AUGUST 2 2015
VERNISSAGE DIMANCHE 2 AOUT 2015
Left to right: Aneesha Parrone (co-curator) and me (Line Dufour).
Aneesha curated all the other tapestries as part of the FD&SD platform.
Left to right: Sarah Swett, Line Dufour and Alex (Susan) Marriott.
Here is a blog post by Sarah Swett on the weekend of the opening which coincided with a workshop she was giving and in which I participated: http://www.afieldguidetoneedlework.com/blog. To see more of Sarah's work go to her website at http://www.afieldguidetoneedlework.com/
Left to right: Rebecca Mezoff, Sarah Swett, Line Dufour and Debbie Harris
Summer Larson and Victoria Stone
Foreground left to right: Barb Brophy, Margaret Sunday and husband, Pete.
Background left to right: Sarah Swett, Line Dufour, Mary Colton and Rebecca Mezoff
Cheryl Nachtrieb (owner of The Recycled Lamb, Golden, Colorado) and Sarah Swett reading over the names of all the contributors.
Shapes by Melanie Siegal, Emoke, and Erin Lewis. Tapestry by Celine Grigore
Margaret Sunday standing in front of her tapestry. Below the concepts behind it.
Rebecca Mezoff in front of her tapestry, Emergence 1. To see more of her work go to her website where you can also sign up for her blog and newsletter. http://www.rebeccamezoff.com/. Rebecca teaches online tapestry weaving classes as well as travels to give tapestry workshops.