Saturday, July 01, 2006

Fiber Art Display at Menasha Public Library, July 2006

Conversations in Cloth is a small, diverse art group comprised mostly of fiber artists, art quilters, and beaders who are always willing to expand our horizons! We meet monthly to share news and show and tell, and usually a featured technique is also taught or demonstrated.

New members are welcome at any of our meetings, which are held the last Thursday of each month at 6 pm at The Menasha Public Library, Menasha, WI.

The following pieces (and more) will be on display at the Menasha Public Library for the month of July 2006.

A few of the following pieces were 2006 Challenge Projects. Members were challenged to create a small piece that would interpret our mission statement : "Conversations in Cloth exists to support and encourage the creative energy of our members in their pursuit of fiber art and related artistic endeavors. By sharing ideas and knowledge, we will foster the growth of each individual."

Other pieces (coil pins, doll) were projects and techniques that have been demonstrated in the past year. Other pieces were individual projects that members have created and explored on their own.

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