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2019 Booth

Artist: Tenisha Dotstry

BAUHAUS 777

Medium: HAND WOVEN RUG IN A FOOT PEDAL LOOM, WOOL, NATURAL AND ANILINE DYES USED.

Artist: FRANCISCO BAUTISTA

BAUTISTA PILLOW

Medium: HAND WOVEN PILLOW CASE IN A FOOT PEDAL LOOM, WOOL, VEGETABLE AND ANILINE DYES USED.

Artist: FRANCISCO BAUTISTA

BAUTISTA PILLOW 07

Medium: HAND WOVEN PILLOW CASE IN A FOOT PEDAL LOOM, WOOL, VEGETABLE AND ANILINE DYES USED.

Artist: FRANCISCO BAUTISTA

Between The Lines

Medium: rolled paper

Artist: Kim Nickens

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Artist: Kimberly Morris

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Artist: Lisa Telling Kattenbraker

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Artist: FRANCISCO BAUTISTA

Booth 2019

Artist: Mychal Mitchell

Booth 2019 outdoor

Artist: Kristy Kun

Booth Shot

Artist: Kim Nickens

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Artist: Carol Sobieniak

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Artist: Doug Roy

Calendar

Medium: Hand tufted loop pile rug made with studio dyed New Zealand wool, all custom colors and one of a kind.

Artist: Carol Sobieniak

Carnival

Medium: I roll strips of paper,shape and place them. Over 30 hours of rolling to complete. Some refer to my work as Quilling (an ancient art form) but I think of it as quilling inspired. My work is unique and original. This is quality work with quality framing.

Artist: Kim Nickens

Celestial Convergence

Medium: A single piece of handmade wool felt. Created through a wet process of bonding fibers by laboriously agitating, hand rubbing, and hand sculpting. Shifts in color achieved by layering silk fabric with dyed wool and silk fibers. No stitching.

Artist: Kristy Kun

Dusk

Medium: Hand dyed wool rug combining 19 different colors.

Artist: Kimberly Morris

Ebb and Flow

Medium: 100% cotton rope sewn together with hand sewn embellishments. One of a kind.

Artist: Tenisha Dotstry

First Peach

Medium: Hand dyed wool rug combining 16 different colors.

Artist: Kimberly Morris

Flower Clock

Medium: Batik on cotton fabric, traditional methods and tjanting tools, locally harvested beeswax, fiber reactive and natural dyes.

Artist: Lisa Telling Kattenbraker

Four Points Basket

Medium: 100% cotton rope sewn together with premium threads. Available in 12 different colors and 2 different sizes.

Artist: Tenisha Dotstry

Goats on the Hill

Medium: Intricately hand-cut paper art

Artist: Doug Roy

Green Stripe Blanket

Medium: Flat woven blanket made with studio dyed New Zealand wool

Artist: Carol Sobieniak

Hands In Water

Medium: A single piece of handmade felt. Strips of wool fibers are bonded (through a dry then wet felting process) into an open weave textile. This series is created in response to observations of the materials while being worked under water.

Artist: Kristy Kun

Keeper Baskets

Medium: 100% cotton rope sewn together with premium threads. Available in 12 different colors and 3 different sizes.

Artist: Tenisha Dotstry

LB07 Contemporary Upright Basket

Medium: Naturally shed mule deer antler woven with seagrass, reed and cedarbark.

Artist: Leslee Burtt

LB14 Double Antler Hearth Basket

Medium: Contemporary hearth basket using tanned deer hide, deer antler, seagrass, reed and cedar bark.

Artist: Leslee Burtt

LB18 Contemporary Reindeer Basket Two

Medium: Reindeer antler woven with dyed cedar bark, reed and seagrass.

Artist: Leslee Burtt

LB21 Whitetail Deer Antler Basket

Medium: Naturally Shed Whitetail Deer Antler basket woven with seagrass, reed and cedar bark

Artist: Leslee Burtt

Living in the Cosmos

Medium: A single piece of handmade felt of wool, silk, and cotton. Sculpted and mounted on panel, framed with open front acrylic box frame. Felt is created using my original process of layering wool with fabrics, cutting strips, hand-felting, and sculpting.

Artist: Kristy Kun

Metalico

Medium: Handstitched Leather Journals with Archival Paper, Antique Architectural Elements Including Re-purposed Antique Icebox Hinge as a Closure

Artist: Mychal Mitchell

NATIVO

Medium: HAND WOVEN RUG/TAPESTRY IN A FOOT PEDAL LOOM, WOOL, NATURAL DYES USED.

Artist: FRANCISCO BAUTISTA

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Artist: Leslee Burtt

Ninth Moon

Medium: A single piece of handmade felt composed of wool and silk fibers. Layers of wool and silk are sculpted dry then wet-felted with a meticulous process of agitating and rubbing the fibers by hand until they tangle and bond together. Starch finish.

Artist: Kristy Kun

Paris

Medium: Handstitched Leather Journal with Archival Papers and Antique Architectural Hardware Elements including Re-purposed Icebox Hinge, Antique Push Plate and Floral Detail from Paris

Artist: Mychal Mitchell

Preserve

Medium: Batik on cotton fabric using traditional methods, locally harvested beeswax, fiber reactive & natural dyes. Over 100 hrs of tedious wax application, more than 30 separate dyes. Finished piece is framed using archival materials.

Artist: Lisa Telling Kattenbraker

Red Blossom

Medium: Hand tufted loop pile rug made with studio dyed New Zealand wool, all custom colors and one of a kind.

Artist: Carol Sobieniak

Rough Seas

Medium: 100% cotton rope sewn together with hand sewn accents. One of a kind.

Artist: Tenisha Dotstry

Saigon

Medium: Handstitched Leather Journals with Archival Papers and Antique Architectural Hardware Element Found in Saigon

Artist: Mychal Mitchell

Shells?

Medium: Rolled strips of paper formed into shapes.

Artist: Kim Nickens

Snake Cage

Medium: 900 page archival book with 75 signatures and re-purposed antique push-plate detailing on front and back...hand hammered copper rivets.

Artist: Mychal Mitchell

Sneaking by

Medium: Intricately cut pieces of paper

Artist: Doug Roy

Snow Clouds and Autumn Tamarack

Medium: Hand dyed wool rug with 8-24 custom created colors.

Artist: Kimberly Morris

Spin

Medium: Strips of paper rolled and placed. Over 50 colors used.

Artist: Kim Nickens

squares with stripes

Medium: Hand tufted loop pile rug made with studio dyed New Zealand wool, all custom colors and one of a kind.

Artist: Carol Sobieniak

The Many Colors of Water

Medium: Hand dyed wool rug with too many different colors to count.

Artist: Kimberly Morris

Three's a crowd

Medium: Fox by some barrel cacti

Artist: Doug Roy

Vos in Het Bos

Medium: 100's - 1000's on intricately hand cut pieces of paper, some smaller than 1/64th" depicting a canal in the Amsterdam, and a fox in the woods,

Artist: Doug Roy

We fell in love with the world by the light of the moons

Medium: Batik on cotton fabric. Traditional tools and methods used. Locally harvested beeswax, fiber reactive and natural dyes. Over 100 hrs of wax application and over 30 separate dyes. Finished piece is floated and framed under museum glass

Artist: Lisa Telling Kattenbraker

We no longer felt so alone

Medium: Batik on cotton fabric using traditional methods and tools, locally harvested beeswax, fiber reactive dyes. Over 100 hours of wax application, over 30 separate dyes. Finished piece is floated and framed under uv protected glass

Artist: Lisa Telling Kattenbraker

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Applications for our 2020 show are now closed.

For information on how to apply for our 2021 show, please visit our website on December 1st, 2020. For more information on our show application process see our How To Apply page.
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