National Fiber Directions Exhibition 2015

This is the fourth consecutive time I have had the honor of showing my work in the National Fiber Directions Exhibition at the Wichita Center for the Arts.

If you would like to read and see lots of photos of my quilts from the three previous shows, as well as hear a bit Kansas love, you can by clicking here. Or you can take a quick peak at them right here without moving your mouse. I stitched my way through lots of ideas and they are all, in a way, represented by the quilts shown in this exhibition over the years.

The 2015 exhibition opened this past weekend on Friday, March 27th and continues through Sunday, May 10th.

Solstice was selected for the 2015 show.

Solstice by Maria ShellIt is one of my all time favorites. I wrote a post about Solstice and the day it celebrates in December 2013.

Solstice Detail by Maria ShellThis year’s juror is Barbara Shapiro an expert in the field of textile art and education.

Solstice Detail by Maria ShellThe exhibition features 81 works by 63 textile artists.

Solstice Detail by Maria ShellIf you would like to see and SHOP this show, you can here. This is the first time I have seen a gallery, museum, or arts center take the time to list all of the works online in a manner which allows you to purchase a piece if you so desire.

Solstice is on page six.

I think they may be on to something. If they can sell work this way, it is good for all of us. Just another sign of the rapidly changing techno-times in the art world.

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