Queen of the Nile – Framed Fiber/Mixed Media by Sharon GordonSharon Gordon
THIS PIECE HAS BEEN SOLD
This piece is part of Stellar Objectives, the current exhibit in the Folk Art Center’s Main Gallery. Stellar Objectives features the work of the newest members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild creating work in fiber, clay, glass, metal and wood.
Stellar Objectives is on display until January 19, 2020 during regular open hours of the Folk Art Center.
- Approximately 14″ x 35″
- Rag woven silk, enhanced with mixed media of silk roving and creative yarns
- This piece will be shipped after the close of the exhibition on January 19th, 2020
- Shipping cost will be determined and billed at that time
- Made in 2018
“I AM A MIXED MEDIA FIBER ARTIST…a Weaver, Dyer, Mark Maker. My mediums are: cloth, yarn, dyes, fabric paint, embroidery threads, and found objects.
I fell in love with fiber in 1975 when I took two semesters of an elective called Weaving. The feel and colors of the fiber set off a spark in me. I could spend a lifetime and never experience all of its depths.
I am a “rag”weaver. This is a process/technique where I use cloth to reconstruct a new piece of cloth. The process involves taking new yardage or old clothes, cutting them in 1/2″ to 1″strips, then weaving them instead of yarn.”