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Elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water

Strata, by Christina Brown

An Exhibit of Fiber Art at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center

Strata, by Christina Brown

Exhibit Dates: March 8 – April 12, 2013

Reception: March 15th 5:00 – 8:00 PM during Medford’s Third Fridays

Mary Goodson, Water versus Earth

(Medford, OR) – March 6, 2013– High Fiber Diet, a Northwest-based fiber artists’ group affiliated with the Columbia FiberArts Guild of Portland, presents textile works as part of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s 2013 Main Gallery exhibition series. The Elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water exhibit features wall hangings, mostly artistic quilts, as well as felted and wearable art. The artwork demonstrates innovative techniques, superb craftsmanship, original design, and a unique artistic vision. Each fiber artist has created a window into the natural world influenced by the four elements: earth, air, water or fire.

 

Catherine Beard, La Jolla Shore

Drawing

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Any of you who journal, or paint, or create . . . Oh heck . . . if you’re alive . . . know we make errors! And one of my greatest joys in the spontaneity of journaling is the way our creative minds show us solutions (and some, better than the original…

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