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Second Fiber Arts Biennale

Apr 1, 2013   //   by Wisconsin Quilt Museum   //   Press Page  //  No Comments


Wendy Butler Burns_Barn Study I 288x“Second Fiber Arts Biennale: Wisconsin State of the Art”

July 16 – October 18, 2015

Celebrate fiber arts in Wisconsin as we exhibit over 80 pieces, created by over 50 artists from the four corners of our state.  Represented are works including fiber jewelry, clothing, quilts, collage, rugs, beadwork, embroidery, punch needlework, sculptures, as well as items that are knitted, crocheted and felted.

Participating artists include:  Susan Rice, Joanne Grimes, Jane Moore, Colleen Ansbaugh, Janet Falk, Judy Cusick, Lisa Binkley, Susan Coffin, Linda Sweek, Mary Wallace, Pat Bishop, Liala Amin, Judith Warren, Betty J. Mahnke, Pam Higgins, Erika Mock, Joyce Krueger, Gina Studelska, Linda Ferrell, Maikue Vang, Jenny Knavel, Linn Woodard, Margaret Jorgensen, Sara Gryske, Maren Anderson, Ruth Manning, Cathy Geier, Marla Morris-Kennedy, Lori Schloesser, Pat Kroth, Liane Porzke, Debbie Huberty, Jane Hyer Walton, Helen Weihert, Marcella Edmund, Gwyned Trefethen, Wendy Butler Berns, Lyle Drier, Sue Neuser, Julie Pietras, Susan Jackan, Candy Flynn, Brigitte Behm-Manoogian, Ida Porzky, Irene Clausen, Jim Kennedy, Jane M. Miller, Judy Raddatz, Faye Junker, Linda Reuss Benson, Laura Weber, Pam Weiss, Nicole Woltman, Suzanne Mouton Riggio and Nancee Ariagno.

Student participants from Port Washington High School include:  Bridget Collins, Kaysi Fischer, Danielle O’Donnell, Taylor Crook, Shelby Kantorski, Haliey Brakke, Janie Scott, Milena Perez, Madison Yellen.  Their instructor is Pam Higgins who has her own piece in the show.

Visitors to the museum will be offered the chance to vote on their favorite piece to be named “best of show.”  Winner will be announced at our Fall University Day, October 3.

 

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