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Looking More Closely at Textiles: Terri Shinn and Dianne Corso

October 23, 2017

Yesterday I posted a blog about the exhibition Creative Passion and Stitch at La Conner Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum where 5 of our level 4 Diploma students are exhibiting their work from programs at the Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts. Textiles are dimensional, textural and so enticing when you actually see them in reality. They appeal to all of our senses.  I can only try to give you a glimpse into some of the many qualities that aren’t always appreciated in one photo. It takes detailed work to understand and learn to work with the mediums that students are using.  At this level, each student pursues her own study with coaching at our center.  I only wish you could see the mountain of designs, samples and prototypes that students create to support one finished item. Today I’m showing images from Terri Shinn and Dianne Corso of one of their completed artworks.  If you can,  come to the exhibit, on til Dec. 30th..   Gail Harker


2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 23, 2017 9:29 pm

    I wish I could see all the work leading up to the end product. That is always fascinating to see the thoughts and process of the artist.

  2. Susan Lenarz permalink
    October 23, 2017 11:09 pm

    Beautiful work, friends! I can’t wait to get over to see the show!

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