14 February 2013

Art With a Needle: Lace invasion

Art With a Needle: Lace invasion

WE, regional fiber artists, know having studied under and/or inspired  by the legacy of Alma Lesch 1917-1999, that a fine thread runs between all of us. We fiber and textile people carry her five-decade long line of vision within our ever evolving work.

It was a joy to use the very silk thread left to me by Alma Lesch to join the dozen or more doilies used in "Christo-wrapping" the concrete urn at the rear entrance to Carnegie Center on this beautiful 80 degree "winter" day on the sunny sideof Louisville. Thanks to Bette Levy for inviting me.

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Gingko Panel

Similar work may be seen at Cedar Grove Coffee House on Cedar Grove Road in Shepherdsville. Drop in on your way to Bernheim Forest or returning to Louisville after visiting Small Town Gallery  in Brooks.