Fine Contemporary Craft Exhibition
Juror: Alfred D. Ward
December 3, 2010 – January 15, 2011
Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
201 East Davie St., 919.821.2787
The Fine Contemporary Craft Exhibition is a biennial juried exhibition recognizing individual artists involved in the design and creation of functional and sculptural contemporary crafts. Craftspeople and artists from all over the country submitted work in a variety of media for this exhibition. Works were selected by Alfred D. Ward.
|Madelyn Smoak: Relic of the Great Cicada Wars|
|mixed metals and found objects|
|Steven Sidelinger: Crossings|
I’d like to make a short comment here on
presentation. Mr. Sidelinger’s embroideries are exquisite – and even more so because they are so professionally presented. The are custom mounted, matted and framed under glass. There is a spacer between the mat and the work so that it floats above the textile. It is quite beautiful and makes some of the smaller textiles in the exhibit look a bit, well, less professional by comparison. If and when I have a textile piece that needs to be presented this way I think I will spring (the big bucks) for non-glare glass.
|Boreal Light: detail|
|September E. Krueger: Boreal Light|
|Brian Andrews: Fixed Landscape 3, basswood|
This was the first piece I saw in entry into the gallery, and it absolutely delighted and captivated me.
|Erin Williams: Sonance Amplification Agent|
This was the last thing I noticed on my way out – and I had to stop and take a bit longer to absorb it’s great and delicate deliciousness.
|Kat Ely: Weeping Dandelion
silver, copper, glass, vials, mahaogany