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Spring Bloom Necklace

Deborah Levine-Donnerstein

Spring Bloom Necklace by featured WNC Fibers/Handweavers Guild member Deborah Levine-Donnerstein. Elegant beads have been woven and crocheted together to create this one of kind piece. On display at the Folk Art Center, NC.

This piece will remain on exhibit in the Main Gallery of the Folk Art Center until the close of the show on May 15, 2022. Shipping cost will be determined at that time.

  • 16″ x 12″
  • Cotton and polyethylene thread
  • Swarovski beads
  • Gold and silver Japanese Miyuki and Toho beads
  • Made in NC

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Description

Asheville, NC – The Southern Highland Craft Guild will open its first Main Gallery exhibition of the 2022 year on Saturday, January 22. Featuring members of the Western North Carolina Fibers/Handweavers Guild, the exhibit is filled with a variety of textile disciplines. Processes represented include: spinning, shibori, batik, silkscreen, weaving, natural dyeing, needle felting, knitting, and more.

The Western North Carolina Fibers/Handweavers Guild was incorporated in 1976 to promote and encourage participation in and appreciation of fine craftsmanship as related to textile arts. Local Cloth, INC (Asheville, NC), Yadkin Valley Fiber Center (Elkin, NC), Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists (Hendersonville, NC), and Tryon Arts and Crafts (Tryon, NC) are members of the WNC Fibers/Handweavers Guild. Classes are available through their local education centers and online workshops. You can find their class schedule by visiting https://www.wncfhg.org/education

Members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild are also represented in the exhibition: Eileen Hallman (weaving, Black Mountain, NC), Irene Heckel-Volpe (felting, Candler, NC), Joyce Carpenter (knitting, Fletcher, NC), Pat Brown (weaving, Pickens, NC), Martha Owen (knitting, Murphy, NC), and Joan Berner (felting, Hendersonville, NC). 

The WNC Fiber / Handweavers Guild can be viewed at the Folk Art Center until May 15, 2022. 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.

Description

Asheville, NC – The Southern Highland Craft Guild will open its first Main Gallery exhibition of the 2022 year on Saturday, January 22. Featuring members of the Western North Carolina Fibers/Handweavers Guild, the exhibit is filled with a variety of textile disciplines. Processes represented include: spinning, shibori, batik, silkscreen, weaving, natural dyeing, needle felting, knitting, and more.

The Western North Carolina Fibers/Handweavers Guild was incorporated in 1976 to promote and encourage participation in and appreciation of fine craftsmanship as related to textile arts. Local Cloth, INC (Asheville, NC), Yadkin Valley Fiber Center (Elkin, NC), Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists (Hendersonville, NC), and Tryon Arts and Crafts (Tryon, NC) are members of the WNC Fibers/Handweavers Guild. Classes are available through their local education centers and online workshops. You can find their class schedule by visiting https://www.wncfhg.org/education

Members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild are also represented in the exhibition: Eileen Hallman (weaving, Black Mountain, NC), Irene Heckel-Volpe (felting, Candler, NC), Joyce Carpenter (knitting, Fletcher, NC), Pat Brown (weaving, Pickens, NC), Martha Owen (knitting, Murphy, NC), and Joan Berner (felting, Hendersonville, NC). 

The WNC Fiber / Handweavers Guild can be viewed at the Folk Art Center until May 15, 2022. 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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