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“Ancient Portal” – Framed Weaving

Sharon Gordon

$1,200.00

Framed woven piece.

  • 24″ x 33″
  • Cotton and wool yarn, silk, cloth, natural materials
  • Hand weaving, stitching arts, dyeing processes, fabric printing and painting, fabric manipulation
  • Shipping cost will be determined at time of shipping
  • Made in NC

“My base canvas is woven.  I weave primarily with yarns, cotton and wool, but at times I will add in strips of cloth or natural materials.  My process is a crossover use of materials and techniques, using mixed media for surface design and specialized weaving techniques.  It involves hand weaving, stitching arts, dyeing processes, fabric printing and painting, and fabric manipulation.  I start adding various methods of design to the woven base cloth using individual or combined techniques.”

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This piece is part of the member-focused show “Magic is in the Air” in the Focus Gallery.  Located on the second level of the Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, the exhibit  features the work of five Guild Members: Cindy Billingsley, Sharon Gordon, Jane Cole, Jeanne Rhodes-Moen, and Lisa Besler. Disciplines represented are metalsmithing, rag-weaving, quilting, hand-built ceramics, and leather work.

“Magic is in the Air” will be open until August 3, 2021. Admission to the Folk Art Center is free. The Folk Art Center is located at Milepost 382 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in east Asheville. Headquarters to the Southern Highland Craft Guild, the Center also houses three galleries, a library, a craft shop and a Blue Ridge Parkway information desk and bookstore.

Artist: Sharon Gordon

Description

This piece is part of the member-focused show “Magic is in the Air” in the Focus Gallery.  Located on the second level of the Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, the exhibit  features the work of five Guild Members: Cindy Billingsley, Sharon Gordon, Jane Cole, Jeanne Rhodes-Moen, and Lisa Besler. Disciplines represented are metalsmithing, rag-weaving, quilting, hand-built ceramics, and leather work.

“Magic is in the Air” will be open until August 3, 2021. Admission to the Folk Art Center is free. The Folk Art Center is located at Milepost 382 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in east Asheville. Headquarters to the Southern Highland Craft Guild, the Center also houses three galleries, a library, a craft shop and a Blue Ridge Parkway information desk and bookstore.

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