The Corning Chapter of EGA has the Needlework Exhibit now through September 30 at the Chemung County Historical Museum at 415 East Water Street in Elmira. The museum is open Monday-Saturday from 10 to 3.
If you are in Northern New Mexico, the New Mexico Fiber Crawl, May 17-19. has a special exhibit for needlepointers. As part of the display in Las Vegas, NM, they will have a “special exhibition will showcase the folk art embroidery of Ann Spiess Mills. Her self-taught work features many original stitches and inventive multi-dimensional […]
Visit The World in Stitches (256 Great Rd) in Littleton through Friday to see an amazing one-man exhibit of needlepoint. Harvey Kravis created these wonderful needlepoint adaptations. The shop is open from 10 to 5 on weekdays and 10 to 3 on Saturdays.
The entries from the Summer of Love Challenge at the SF School of Needlework and Design are now available to see in an on-line exhibit. Enjoy a wide variety of original designs with artists’ statement and information about techniques in the show. See it here: https://afterthesummeroflove.tumblr.com/
The Needle’s Excellency in Evanston showcases different pieces magnificently stitched by their customers. Gail McGraw stitched this lovely Maggie Co. canvas. Visit their website and click on Showcase to see more: https://theneedlesexcellency.com/
The Needle’s Excellency in Evanston (1630 Central Street) is showcasing on their site, six charming Jack o’Lanterns stitched by Dawn Stanislaw Below the picture of the set are pictures of each individual pumpkin. Click on those to see a larger picture of each. Feast your eyes here: https://theneedlesexcellency.com/
The San Francisco School of Needlework Design sponsors open Stitch at Home Challenges. The school picks a theme and sets the deadline. You supply the creativity and stitch your design at home. A recent challenge was Jewels of the Sea. They have created an on-line gallery of entries along with the artists’ statements. See the […]
The ribbon winners fron the 2015 exhibit at ANG’s National Seminar are all on display on ANG’s Facebook page. Each is pictured in the photo stream. Click on “see more” for each picture’s entry to get the full details. Start looking here: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanNeedlepointGuild/photos_stream