Art As Quilt: Transitions in Contemporary Textile Media Exhibition

Well, I showed you a peek at one of my finished pieces as it was being made.  Yesterday I hand delivered it to The Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA where it will hang in the Art As Quilt Exhibit!  I was going to hold off to post about it until it was time for the show but today I was surprised to see that it was already being shown at their website announcing the:

Reception for Art as Quilt: Transitions in Contemporary Textile Media Exhibition on Sunday, October 18, 2015, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm.

Doucette Janis. Out Of The Blue.

Out Of The Blue, textile art by Janis Doucette

 Put that date on your calendar now to join us at this exhibit!

 

7 comments

  1. Congratulations on the beautiful piece and for getting front and center on the advertisement. Impressive 🙂

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  2. Marie Crowell says:

    Congrats Sissy!!! Very nice. 😉

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  3. janicepd says:

    This is striking Janis. Congrats on the show, wish I lived close enough to come.

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  4. I am not surprised they put this front and center. Honestly, it’s so incredibly cool. I haven’t wanted to sew for months. This is making me want to run to the sewing machine. I just lost a fur baby yesterday, so that really is saying something. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration.

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  5. Diane S. Kelley says:

    Congratulations on the exhibit piece. You are always doing such different things. Always very impressed and inspired. I will try to make it to Brockton.

    Diane Kelley

    turt

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  6. Thanks for all the encouragement! Soon, there will be more about this piece!

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