Week Links Post 24

More street art of course, this week from Sainer and Bezt of Etam Cru at This Colossal. You can find the article here

The Palm Beach New Times has an article about Farley Aquilar a contemporary painter. You can find that article here

arlee barr has a great tutorial on how to machine stitch on solubles. I've always wanted to know how to do that! You can find it here

Over at Beautiful Decay, they have the ephemeral art of Hilary Fayle who embroiders leaves. Yup. Leaves. Check that out here

WUMW.com has an article about fiber artist Kyoung Ae Cho who uses her hair and fiber to make quilts and other fiber art. Check that out here

The Roanoke Times has an article about a quilt exhibit at the Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center entitled “A Pieced History: Quilts of Montgomery County” in Christansburg, VA, showcasing locally made historical quilts. You can find out more about that here and if you're in the area, check it out.

Heather Dubreil writes about her experience of a Nancy Crow exhibit at  Hat and Fragrance Textile Gallery. entitled Nancy Crow, Seeking Beauty: Riffs on Repetition, part of the Vermont Quilt Festival. I was pleased to read about it, as I have been having trouble parsing Ms. Crow's new direction since I first saw her new work exhibited at The Festival of Quilts in the UK a couple of years ago. You can read about it at Heather's blog, here

The Sante Fe Reporter has an article about LaDonna Meyer's new textile art gallery called the Contemporary Tapestry Gallery and its inaugural show called "In Loom". You can read about that here

Busy week this week, so that's all she wrote. Cheers!

Kit Lang


  1. Thanks for the links. I read with interest the Nancy Crow post.

  2. thanks for the shout out, Darling!


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