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Fiber artists are again invited to submit entries for an innovative exhibit called “A Celebration of Fiber Arts.”
Country Crossroads Quilters (CCQ) and Central California Arts Association (CCAA) and The Mistlin Gallery have
partnered to produce the event in June 2017 at the Mistlin Gallery. The show will include art quilts, traditional
quilts, weaving, knitting, wearable art, and more. Exhibited work will be for sale. Show sponsors will accept entry
forms through May 12, 2017.
The use of fiber in art has expanded in the past 30 years to include not only fabric but thread work, beading,
painting, hand dyed fibers, and photography that lift the traditional quilt to new heights. A resurgence of knitting
and crocheting has occurred nationwide and television shows such as Project Runway have inspired new
interest in sewing and textiles. The exhibit is designed to showcase the work of local artists and educate the
public on the breadth and creativity of fiber art.
Images below are from the 2014 Celebration.