I have recently been asked to show my work in April at the Riverfront Art Center here in Stevens Point. The show is called Common Threads and will include several textile artists. This will be the first time my work will be exhibited in Wisconsin and it has really motivated me. I have gotten away from showing my work and I am finding that making new work feels refreshing and fun. Here is the latest piece I completed yesterday.
The trees are made out of rusted wire and the small house is made by weaving shredded money. No, I didn't cut up my money, I purchased a bag of shredded bills quite a few years ago and have done a few things with the material. I discovered that if I ironed the small pieces flat they could be woven into a really interesting fabric. I guess this makes sense because the paper money is made out of has a high percentage of cotton rag. Let me know what you think of it!
I think that is very cool. Good luck with the show.
I love this--it's really wonderful and love the idea of using the shredded money!
Great news and good luck with it all. Love the little money house K x
That's very cool! And congrats on the upcoming show!
Your work here is extremely interesting so congratulations on this wonderful exhibit. I love the woven house at the base of the installation. Shredded money...hoe interesting! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
I really like your piece and always enjoy seeing your creations.
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