Women's Journeys in Fiber - Pathways: Dream, Explore, Discover



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Gretchen M. Alexander Cynthia Boudreau Shelley Brucar Penny Burns

Problem
Process & Development
Exhibits

Book

Kathy Downie Nona C. Flores Janette Gerber Cindy Heineman
 
  Debby Henning Candace Hoffmann Alice Jenks Donna Koranek
 
  Mary Krebs Smyth Kay Lange Natasha Lehrer Lewis Jeanne Reed
 
  Julie Rivera Valerie Rodelli Barbara Schneider Linda Sorkin Eisenberg
   
  Melanie Terasaki Ellen Wright Elizabeth Dorn Zwiener  

Problem - Create a two or three dimensional work inspired by Pathways taken through dreams discoveries or exploration, using any
textile technique or techniques.

Process & Development - Research and refl ect on the meaning of pathways. Do you dream of a pathway taken or not taken? Is there a pathway you are on or would like to explore? What have you discovered about pathways taken? Your work can be personal or im- personal. it can relate to a poem, song, history or art.  Keep a sketchbook/jour- nal, recording your creative process and inspiration.  What do pathways mean to you?  Photo document your work along the way.
Each artist will write a statement describing your inspiration and process which will be exhibited alongside your work.

Exhibits

November 8-10, 2019, Chicago Botanic Garden. Opening, Thursday, November 7, 6:30-9pm.

March 18-22, 2020, Chicago Flower & Garden Show

 


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Last Updated January 11, 2020