|NANCY L. DAVIS &
- TEXTILE ARTISTS
|Music Wrapped in Art
Joanne Schilling creates "music wrapped in art" here in wave drums, meant to be "in your hands and on your walls". You can hear the ocean waves as you move the silk-covered drums.
My wave drums, rainsticks and shakers incorporate multiple techniques, from fabric dye-painting to a hearty stone-like paper mache. Vegetable dextrin resist, shibori (a Japanese tradition), stamping, wet on wet dye-painting, silk-screening and metal and leather embellishments are layered into my pieces. Early musical instruments were originally created from indigenous materials, and in that spirit I enjoy the challenge of re-using or re-cycling materials at hand whenever possible. Integrating sight, sound and touch (visual-audio-kinesthetic), each piece embodies a complete art-experience for those living and interacting with my work.
|Nancy L. Davis is on a journey of discovery as she is taking full advantage of having a window of opportunity to pursue her art full-time. She has immersed herself in the art community to learn and be inspired. In this exhibit, her batik explorations are offered as well as her playful aprons, an unusual use of fabric scraps, plastic and pocketed hot pads.|
|Ruth Knight Sybers
Monticello, WI 53570
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The Dining Room at 209 Main
MARY JO SCANDIN - Fiber and contemporary painting
FULLING AND FELTING
Nostalgia - Apron Collection by Jean Adler
TEN YEARS OF TEXTILE EXHIBITS - Ruth Knight Sybers
SILVER THREADS -- Lee Ann Kleeman
Point of View: thread-work by Beth Blahut
Hooked Rugs by Ellie Beck
JOYCE MARQUESS CAREY
First Knitting Invitational
Weaving and the Structo Loom
Valentina Devine Creates
JAPANESE TEXTILES -- OLD AND NEW
Men Who Knit
Quilts by the Thursday Friends
WEAVING WITH SEWING THREAD
HISTORIC MONTICELLO WOOLEN MILL
Katherine Pence Inspired by Everything
WHY DO I SPIN?
THE EARLY KNITTED WORKS OF JOYCE WILLIAMS
EMBROIDERY - the late Ellen Scheidler
QUILTS OF MONTICELLO
23 HATS BY ESTHER AND OLGA
FROM GRANDMA'S TRUNK
JEAN NORDLUND - Ewe Hues
NAVAJO RUGS Weavings - Fran Potter
FIRST SHOW: Knitting - Ruth Sybers, Wall hanging - Kathy LaBeil