Vincent van Gogh wrote, “I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart.”
Good artists keep refining and redefining their medium, pushing boundaries and asking questions of themselves and their fellow artists. The San Antonio arts community has this kind of commitment – deep roots and diversity that would make any city proud. And they share and collaborate.
This evening, the San Antonio Potters Guild and the San Antonio Glass Art Guild are joining together to meet at the San Antonio Art League, viewing and discussing the work of sculptor and painter James Hendricks. And later in the fall, the Fiber Artists of San Antonio will tour the Art League Museum. I love this city and its multi-talented artists!
Speaking of the Fiber Artists, I was lucky enough to get a sneak preview of Friday’s opening of the 43rd Juried FASA Exhibit. The photos of the work are amazing.
Here’s a short video of some of the work you will see at Friday’s opening:
Fiber Artists of San Antonio: Preview of 43rd Juried Exhibition from Lyn Belisle on Vimeo.
And here’s the exhibit info – the juror, nationally know fiber artist Doshi, has done a remarkable job in her selective process:
- FASA 43rd Annual Juried Fiber Art Exhibit
- Opening Reception: Fri., Oct. 13, 2017, 6-8 p.m.
- Exhibit on display: Fri., Oct. 13 – Fri. Nov. 17, 2017
- Semmes Gallery, University of Incarnate Word, 4301 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX 78209
Doshi is not only a discerning juror and curator, but a fantastic fiber artist herself. While she is in San Antonio, you can meet her and see her own spectacular work. She creates exquisite hand dyed clothing in original designs that range from contemporary to traditional. Her technique uses knotting, pleating, rolling, pressing or sewing during the dyeing process. The resulting designs are the memories of the method used to resist the dye.
Want to see for yourself? You’re invited!
Art is everywhere in every form. Celebrate it and share it – and even wear it!