Small Tapestry International 4: Honoring Tradition, Inspiring Innovation

Catalog

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Venues

Orville Hanchey Gallery
Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, Louisian

Biggs Museum of Art
Dover, Delaware

Artspace
Raleigh, North Carolina

Accepted artists

ATA is pleased to announce that the following artists have had tapestries accepted into STI 4. From 127 entries, our juror, Kevin Wallace, Director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts chose 45 tapestries.

Janet Austin, USA
Nicki Bair, USA
Meredith Bennett, USA
Marie-Thumette Brichard, France
Dorothy Clews, Australia
Clare Coyle, United Kingdom
Sharon Crary, USA
Elaine Duncan, Canada
Patricia Dunston, USA
Suzanne FitzGerald, France
Joan Griffin, USA
Birgitta Hallberg, Denmark
Joyce Hayes, USA
Vladimira Fillion Wackenreuther, Canada
Benthe Ibsen, Denmark
Noriko Kage, USA
Stephen Keller, USA
Valerie Kirk, Australia
Mary Jane Lord, USA
Lindsey Marshall, United Kingdom
Lynn Mayne, USA
Phoebe McAfee, USA
Sonja Miremont, USA
Diane Mularz, USA
Judith Musick, USA
Tea Okropiridze, USA
Terry Olson, USA
Pamela Palma, USA
Christine Pradel-Lien, France
Suzanne Pretty, USA
Ellen Ramsey, USA
Julia Rapinoe, USA
Christine Rivers, Canada
Michael Rohde, USA
Katlin Rothacher, USA
Erasto Mendoza Ruiz, Mexico
Jan Russell, USA
Beth Smith, United Kingdom
Rebecca Smith, USA
Care Standley, USA
Becky Stevens, USA
Merna Strauch, USA
Kathe Todd-Hooker, USA
Sarah Warren, USA
Sue Weil, USA

 Teitelbaum Awards

Thanks to a  generous donation from the Teitelbaum Family Trust,  ATA offers awards to two STI artists. The juror for the show bestows the awards on tapestries that (s)he considers to be of exceptional aesthetic and technical quality. The First Place Award is a $300.00 cash prize and Second Place is a $200.00 cash prize. The juror, Kevin Wallace, selected the following tapestries.

FIRST PRIZE:
“Metamorphic transmutation 7 x 7 x 7 = infinity”
Kathe Todd-Hooker

SECOND PRIZE:
“From Flemish to Finnish…. plus ça change…….”
Suzanne Fitzgerald

Juror

Kevin Wallace is the Director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts in Ojai, California. He is a regular contributor to numerous international publications and has guest-curated exhibitions for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Cultural Affairs Department of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles International Airport, and the San Luis Obispo Art Center.

FOFA_logoThis exhibition is supported in part by a grant from Friends of Fiber Art International.