Tina Williams Brewer

Inaugural Exhibition at the State Museum in Harrisburg

Tina Williams-Brewer, Governor Wolf, Laura Domencic

One of the great things about being a member of FGP is the opportunity to meet, know and learn from accomplished fiber artists.  Tina Williams Brewer, Master Visual Artist, is one of the most distinguished in our region.  I had a chance to chat with Tina recently about her inclusion in the special Inaugural Exhibition at the State Museum, Harrisburg, Pa  January 20, – February 15, 2015.

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PRINT FUN WORKSHOP

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Over the past couple of years our programs committee has run this popular printing workshop several times, and it nearly always sells out. More and more fiber artists, may of whom already dye their own fabrics, are intrigued by the opportunity to control and create another element that goes into their work. In fact, guild […]

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Hanging out at Touchstone Center for Crafts

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Spring has finally sprung which means time to hit the road! Destination?  Touchstone Center for Crafts to drop off my quilt and lend a hand. Okay maybe it wasn’t so spring-like… actually it was more of a late-fall feel but it was my first visit to Touchstone, what a beautiful facility!

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Are you brave enough to self-curate?

Laura Tabakman, Camilla Pearce, Michelle Browne

Hey kids, let’s put on a show!   Following Staci Offutt’s thoughtful review of Time and Materiality, we got to thinking about the process of self-curating an exhibition, especially when collaborating with fellow artists who happen to be friends. Would that be fun and exhilarating, an opportunity to see your work and theirs in a […]

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Time and Materiality, a feast of textures and techniques

Time and Materiality

By Staci Offutt Time and Materiality is a symbiotic collection of works by Michelle Browne, Camilla Brent Pearce, and Laura Tabakman. With 33 pieces, including a large-scale installation, these three artists have transformed the Spinning Plate Gallery in the East liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh into a feast of textures and techniques, fabric and ephemera.   Photo […]

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