Upcoming exhibitions for Carol Milne artwork
Upcoming shows and events for artist and knitted glass sculptor, Carol Milne.
I am honored to have been chosen as one of the four artists in residence at Amazon in Seattle for 2019. I’ve been assigned a studio in the Doppler building , where I’ll be working several days a week for 10 weeks.
Using Amazon’s biospheres as a jumping off point, I’m planning to create a collection of glass balls influenced by the environment and people I meet there. I’m sure knitting and fun will be involved.
“Flourish” will be visiting the Pittsburgh International Airport
Tanya Akhmetgalieva, Alma Alloro, Ana Teresa Barboza, Alexandra Baumgartner, Danielle Clough, Dave Cole, Liz Collins, Ruth Cuthand, Erika Diamond, Birgit Dieker, Jochen Flinzer, Fulterer/Scherer, Anja Fussbach, Michelle Hamer, Sally Hewett, Barb Hunt, Aya Kakeda, Katika, Alexandra Knie, Dinah Kübeck, Jan Kuck, Rebecca Levi, Aubrey Longley-Cook, Robyn Love, LoVid, Katrina Majkut, Niina Mantsinen, Jamie Martinez, Elisabeth Masé, Victoria May, Cat Mazza, Reija Meriläinen, Carol Milne, Barbara Nemitz, Julia Neuenhausen, Natasza Niedziolka, Shanell Papp, Anja Claudia Pentrop, Cordula Prieser, Anna Ray, Karolin Reichardt, Fiene Scharp, Noora Schroderus, Kathryn Shinko, Annegret Soltau, Laura Splan, Jonny Star, Marion Strunk, Anna Talens, Marianne Thoermer, Kata Unger, Sanni Weckmann, Shea Wilkinson, Jessica Wohl
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A group exhibition, curated by Sue Schiepers of Schiepers Gallery, featuring textured work in glass which evokes ones sense of touch.
The show presents work of Patula Berm, Anne Claude Jeitz, Alain Calliste, Dafna Kaffeman, Marta Klonowska, SylviaKopka, Karen LaMonte Artist, Shayna Leib Glass Art/ SNL Design Works, Carol Milne Artwork, Ana Maria Nava Glass, Michèle Perozeni, Anne Petters, Cathryn Shilling, Petra Matela, Kristiina Uslar and Sylvie Vandenhoucke.
Opening June 27, 2018 7pm
Featuring the work of 2018 instructors at Weisser Glass Studio.
Alice Benvie-Gebhart, Cheryl Chapman, Kelly Crossler Alge, Mark Hufford, Alicia Lomne, Morgan Madison, Lois Manno, Carol Milne, Kari Minnick, Sharon Moffitt, Warren Norgaard, Nikki O'Neill, Gail Stouffer, Nancy Weisser,
Opening reception will be held in conjunction with our customer appreciation day on January 28 4-6pm.
Meet N Greet reception with Warren Norgaard tentatively scheduled for March 10 in the gallery.
Closing date March 18, with members of the NCAGG attending.
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
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
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.