Go to the exhibit website, under artist listing, and you'll find links to many of the artists' websites, blogs, and on-line galleries. Under exhibition program, there's a list of venues the exhibit will be traveling to for the rest of this year and into 2013. In a couple of weeks it'll be in Melbourne (October 25th - 28th), followed by Adelaide, Queanbeyan, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Paducah, Kentucky, and East Gosford, back in Australia.
|Helen Godden, Beneath the Southern Sky.|
Clicking on individual quilts in the gallery brings up the artist, a brief statement about the piece, and information on how it was created. Australian artist Helen Godden's work, Beneath the Southern Sky, was inspired by a camping trip in the Northern Territory. She does fantastically at conveying the feelings of vast sky and deep earth!
|Debra De Lorenzo, Antipodean Adventure.|
New Zealand artist Debra De Lorenzo uses shibori dyeing techniques in Antipodean Adventure, her piece about Antarctica. It really does convey the cold, iciness well.
|June Buxton, A Wilfu, Lavish Land.|
These are just snippets of three fiber pieces and their artists' inspirations - be sure to look over the rest. Each has a wonderful story!
Happy Creating! Deborah
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