Feathers and Finery

written by Deb Brandon

The first is Portrait of Princess Nāhiʻenaʻena holding the feathered royal kahili, by Robert Dampier

We treasure gold and diamonds, silver, rubies, and emeralds. But what if precious metals and gemstones didn’t exist? Would we have looked to other natural resources to treasure? Or to something completely different, such as handmade items or special artistic skills?More Information

Weaving for the King

Written by Deb Brandon Can you imagine weaving for the king?

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For the Love of Textile Arts

The Berber of the Atlas Mountains in northwestern Africa are a male dominated society. The women are expected to stay close to home, doing women’s work, which includes weaving. Children also stay close to home, but when the boys become men, they leave the sphere of women’s influence to continue their journey through adult life.

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End of the year Report

The end of the year approaches and I’d like to share what happened this last few months. We organized our annual exhibition, Inspired! at Harlan gallery. Go to the Inspired! page to check out the work. Our guild has amazing artists!  

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Inspired! Opening and Catalog

!!Hey Everyone!! Please save the date Sunday, September 23 for the opening reception at Harlan Gallery. A reception will take place from 1-4 pm, and awards will be announced at 2pm. The Harlan Gallery is on the 2nd floor of the Seton Hill Art Center. The address is 201 W Otterman Street, Greensburg, PA 15601 Catalogs for Fiberart […]

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