Candace Egerley's Garden Window is on the far right.
There is a wide variety of fiber art in the show, from basketry and quilting to weaving and felting.
Ginny Smith's One Strange Bird
is on the far left, with Chari Myers' Indigo Dream
next to it. You can also see Lesly-Claire Greenberg's Thorns II: Points of Interest
on the far right. On the pedestal in front on the right is Susan Hart Henegar's Ideal Woman/Ideal Love
A closeup of Henegar's work is below...
And this is Lynne Hodgman's Cryptic Diptych
, hidden in the gallery photo...
This section of the gallery contains Mary Beth Bellah's Tip of the Iceberg
on the left.
Visitors discussing Catherine Kleeman's Divide by Red
And a view of Verena Levine's Deep River
Charlotte Bird's Forest Primeval
Also seen here in closeup...
California Fibers artist Michael F. Rohde discussing his piece Tara
with gallery visitors.
This gallery view also shows Doshi's Garden Fable
on the left wall.
A visitor studies Joan Dreyer's Tree of Loss #2
, with Dominie Nash's Foliated Calligraphy 4
to the right.
Cameron Taylor-Browns' Colors of Gujarat: On the Line sits on the pedestal to the left of Bellah's work, with VALYA's Speechless Scroll on the far right.
Guests view Julie Kornblum's Gyre
On the wall to the left of it is Polly Jacobs Giacchina's Biosynthesis
, shown below in closeup.
Visitors looking at Marilyn McKenzie Chaffee's Marking Time #8.
which can be seen below...
Also in the show...Brecia Kralovic-Logan's Audacious
Carrie Burckle's Living in the Margins
Kathy Nida's Buried Under
Lori Zimmerman's Unbound
Lydia Tjioe Hall's Intake
Peggy Wiedemann's Regal
There was lovely French music played out in the hallway where the food and drink was placed, making for a nice reception.
California Fibers' artists in the exhibit include Charlotte Bird, Carrie Burckle, Doshi, Marilyn McKenzie Chaffee, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Susan Hart Henegar, Lynne Hodgman, Lydia Tjioe Hall, Julie Kornblum, Brecia Kralovic-Logan, Kathy Nida, Chari Myers, Michael F. Rohde, VALYA, Peggy Wiedemann, Cameron Taylor-Brown, and Lori Zimmerman.