Upcoming shows and events for artist and knitted glass sculptor, Carol Milne.
Breaking the Glass Ceiling will look at the many achievements of women working with glass, from the male-dominated Studio Glass Movement of the 1960's to the present. Women have always been part of the Movement. They participated in the original Toledo Workshops and they enrolled in the first glassblowing courses, both headed by Harvey Littleton, the "Father of the Studio Glass Movement." However, in the first Toledo Glass National exhibition of 1966 only seven out of forty-eight qualifying artists were women.
Women glass artists have come a long way since then! They have become a growing and influential presence. By the 1990's, the number of women faculty and students at university glass programs was equal to the number of men. Today it is not unusual to find women and men working side-by-side as a team in the hot shop.
Breaking the Glass Ceiling will survey women glass artists from the "Grand Dames" of the 70's to the "Young Turks" of the 21st century.
Curator - Dr. Arlene Silvers
Preview Party: Friday, December 8, 2017, 6:00 - 10:00 pm
Curator's Talk and Meet the Artists: Saturday, December 9, 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Like Mother…, a traveling exhibition curated by artist L. Kelly Lyles features diverse reflections on the profound bond between mother and child. This iteration will be installed in the Community Art Installation space at the Tacoma Art Museum
Reception, March 15, 5-7:30pm
Presented by the National Basketry Association , this group show is the ninth in a series of juried biennial exhibitions intended to show the full spectrum of work currently being executed by well-known and emerging artists in the United States. It was juried by Lloyd Herman, former director of the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.
The show started at the American Art Company, Tacoma, WA (July 20-Aug 26, 2017) travelled to the Sally D. Francisco Gallery at Peters Valley School of Craft, Layton NJ (Sept 16-Oct 29, 2017) and will continue at the Society of Arts + Crafts, Boston. (March 29 - June 9, 2018).
For its 10th Anniversary show, Watson MacRae Gallery of Sanibel Island, Florida, celebrates the past 9 seasons with the work of 30+ artists
Monday - Saturday 10:30am - 5pm
Opening reception Tuesday, November 14th 5 - 7 pm
Vogue Knitting LIVE is a one-of-a-kind, experiential knitting event. Take hand-knitting workshops on fit and shaping, pattern writing, lace, socks, and more at all skill levels—the perfect class for you is here. Shop the Marketplace, which showcases new yarn and accessories from around the world. Watch non-stop designer fashion shows and browse the knitted art gallery. All of this and more in one weekend! If you’re a knitter, this is the event for you!
Find me in the "knitted Art Gallery" https://www.vogueknittinglive.com/seattle
The hours are:
Friday, November 3 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Saturday, November 4 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, November 5 10:00 am – 1:45 pm
Northwest Designer Craftsmen is hosting a "Self Portrait" fundraising event to produce a new video about Ron Ho for their "Living Treasures" video series. Each artist has donated a "self portrait." Each portrait will sell for $200.
A preview show is open to the public from Tuesday, October 31st - Saturday, November 4th 12-4pm. The celebratory event will be held Sunday, November 5 from 12-5pm.
My contribution is "Looped Out", 5.5 x 5 x 2 inches, wall-mounted, glass. Colorful, hung-up, loopy. Some things are just self-explanatory
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass celebrates their 27th Anniversary with, One of a Kind! An exhibit of one of a kind work created especially for this event by many of their favorite artists. Opening Reception, Saturday, September 30th, 10 - 5:30 & Sunday, October 1st 1 - 5. The show continues through October.
A new book by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Lois Russell, Introduction by Adrienne Sloane
Nearly 500 photos of artwork with personal insights from 76 of today's most noteworthy artists show the tremendously broad range of possibilities that working in three dimensions can offer. In conjunction with the other two books in this acclaimed series, it invites readers to re-examine fiber art through a multifaceted contemporary lens. Both established artists and emerging artists whose work is attracting notice are gathered here. Carol Milne's knitted glass and Peter Gentenaar's technique of vacuum forming and air-drying paper fibers are but a few examples of artists using new materials with traditional methods.
Featuring exquisite photos of 800 contemporary and historic works, this first-of-its-kind book reveals how the process of casting―pouring material into a mold―has transformed our world through its history and omnipresence. In these image-rich pages, craft, fine art, design, and everyday objects offer us perspectives on casting’s unique possibilities, its place in history, and its role in contemporary object creation. Comprehensive and insightful, the book includes writings on casting as it relates to Art History (by Suzanne Ramljak), Ceramics (by Ezra Shales), Glass (by Susie Silbert), Large Metal (by Joe Becherer), Jewelry (by Jen Townsend), and Alternative Materials (by Elaine King). A multi-disciplinary approach―including everything from traditional lost wax casting in non-ferrous metals to casting rubber, glass, porcelain, plaster, and some very unexpected materials―makes this an essential resource for artists, craftspeople, historians, designers, and everyone interested in the objects that populate our world.
This biennial exhibition at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, guest curated by Jim Sondgeroth, features 140 works of art by 51 prominent and award winning professional craft artists who work in clay, glass, metal, wood and fiber. These American and International artists have each been invited to participate and all of the works will be for sale.
Exhibiting Artists: Peter Antor, Jill Ault, Boris Bally, Bennett Bean, Sharif Bey, Dixie Biggs, Anna Boothe, Tanija and Graham Carr, Bede Clarke, Andy Cooperman, Annette Corcoran, Darryl Cox, Angela Cunnninham, Kate Cusack, Joshua DeMonte, Jeffrey Lloyd Dever, J Paul Fennell, Melanie Ferguson, Brian Fireman, Douglas Fisher and Jeremy Humpherville, Steven Ford and David Forlano, Chris Francis, Jeremy Frey, Geoffrey Gorman, Billy Hall and Henry Levine, Nina Hole, David Huang, Eric Knoche, Robert Levin, Pamela MacGregor, Brooke Marks-Swanson, Jennifer McCurdy, Joan McGee, Carol Milne, Woodrow Nash, Kathleen Nowak Tucci, Edward Risak, Jon Michael Route, Richard Satava, Carrie Schumacher, Eric Serritella, Diane Siebels, Bonnie Stahlecker, Paul Stankard, Debra Steidel, Timothy Sullivan, Judit Varga, Jacques Vesery, Patricia Vivod, Kate Vogel and John Littleton, Shannon Weber, Melanie West, Michael Wilcox, Matt Wilt
Opening Reception May 12, 2017 6-8pm
Surface Design Association exhibition.
The intention of this exhibit is to showcase the depth and breadth of the surface designer's work in Washington State. The exhibition will contain original, innovative artwork which is technically of high quality and which results in a show of overall high impact. The concept of "Fiber Fusion" is totally up to the interpretation of the artist.
"Surface design refers to any process that gives structure, pattern, or color to fiber. Fibers used could include handmade felt, paper, fabric, clothing or basket-making materials, among others. To these surface designers dye, paint, print, stitch, bead, and otherwise enhance or embellish. More than the methods, surface designers are interested in the unlimited options for experimenting with color, texture, and design" - surfacedesign.org
Opening reception March 9, 5-8pm at the Schack Art Center in Everett, WA
ArtXchange Gallery presents Like Mother…, a traveling exhibition co-curated by artist L. Kelly Lyles. Continuing our ‘Women’s Work’ series that explores women’s lives from a global perspective, this group exhibition features diverse reflections on the profound bond between mother and child.
First conceived to feature women artists, the exhibition was originally titled Like Mother (Like Daughter) to reflect the popular axiom and explored relationships between mothers and daughters. At ArtXchange Gallery, the exhibition has evolved to include both men and women, expanded to 20 regional artists working in a broad range of mediums and offers an enhanced focus on multicultural interpretations of the theme
Opening Thursday, February 2, 5-8pm
"What Goes Around Comes Around" will be on display at the Gaffer Glass Booth (#13) at the Glass Art Society Conference in Corning, NY. The technical display is free and open to the public.
Thursday, June 9 8am-1:30
Friday, June 10 8am-5pm and
Saturday, June 11 8am-3:30pm
I'll be in a group exhibition in Pittsburgh this summer.
Featuring work by:
Jen Blazina, Gregory Grenon, Jon Goldberg, Owen Johnson, Weston Lambert, Simon Maberly, Carol Milne and David Patchen
Opening reception: Friday, June 3rd, 5:30-8:30pm
A group exhibition about mothers. Featuring work by:
Lisa Meyers Bulmash, MalPina Chan, Diem Chau, Mary Coss, Susan Derrick, Marita Dingus, Maura Donegan, David Francis, Malayka Gormally, Deborah Lawrence, L. Kelly Lyles, Holly Ballard Martz, Nia Michaels, Carol Milne, Joan Stuart Ross, Elana Winsberg
Opening reception Sunday May 1st, 1-5pm