Wednesday, September 5, 2012

MARY PAL work continues the journey to both North American and International venues

Mary Pal's work "Memories of Gombe", above, is featured in this month's issue of American Craft in an article entitled, "Why Innovation Matters," an interview with David McFadden, Chief Curator and Vice President for Programs and Collections at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.

Mary also has had two works, Homeless Love and Musing, accepted into the La Conner Quilt Museum's Annual Show in Washington. And her piece Stogie, below, is travelling with SAQA's "I'm Not Crazy" exhibition.

Mary's "Sizing Up" will be in the opening group auctioned at the SAQA Annual Benefit Auction starting Monday, September 10th. Mary's pieces have sold in the first hour of the Auction for the past several years - many congratulations Mary on all of your exciting and so very distinctive and diverse work!

Sizing Up, Mary B. Pal

Mary has just returned from Taiwan where she taught workshops in her cheesecloth sculpting technique. The journey continues.  Please visit Mary's website/blog to follow all of these wonderful pieces and watch the continuing development of her amazing and so sought after fibre art.