Featuring original works from the CONNECTIONS Fibre Artists Group
November 4th to January 23rd
And from the Heritage Mississauga Website:
Contemporary fibre art has become an increasingly popular art form with more and more art curators, galleries and the public embracing it. Sophisticated colour, luscious texture and clever manipulation of surface design are just a few of the defining elements of this fascinating medium.
Three years ago Heritage Mississauga hosted fibre artist Pat Hertzberg’s Solo Show “Out of the Woods”. As a member of the renowned CONNECTIONS Fibre Artists group, Pat has now brought the beautiful work of this group to the Grange Gallery at Heritage Mississauga for a very special show – “18-SQUARE”.
In the fibre art world, CONNECTIONS are a nationally recognized group of accomplished Canadian Fibre Artists. The group, formed in 1999, includes members who are published authors, members who show internationally, give workshops and are regarded as pioneers in the fibre art field.
The title “18-SQUARE” refers to the fact that every piece in the show fits precisely in an 18 inch square format. During the month of November, the 18-SQUARE Show is being run concurrently with the 2014 World of Threads Festival, an international exposition of contemporary fibre art.
A number of the works are for sale.
Heritage Mississauga offers free exhibit space for community artists and heritage organizations in the Discovery Centre Gallery at The Grange. Admission is free, and exhibits are open to the public, Tuesday to Friday, 9-5, and until 8:00pm on select Tuesdays. We present between 5 and 6 new exhibits per year on a wide variety of themes. For more information on our exhibit space, or on our current or upcoming exhibit, please contact Heritage Mississauga at 905-828-8411 ext. 29.
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