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“Rain in Skerries”

Original photograph of rain in Skerries, Ireland as seen through the window of a car, digitally transferred to cotton fabric, machine quilted.

17” X 20” - $200

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EXHIBITS

On Display

SAVE THE DATES! Fagen Designs will be in Studio #18 for Hidden in the Hills Nov. 19-21 and Nov. 26-28 from 10 am to 5 pm. Watch this space for location details or visit https://www.sonoranartsleague.org/hidden_in_the_hills_studio_tou.php 

NEW GALLERY: Please visit The Finer Arts Gallery from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday - Sunday at 6137 E. Cave Creek Rd., Suite 1, Cave Creek AZ 85331. Fiber art wall pieces from Fagen Designs are available at affordable artist pricing. Visit www.TheFinerArtsGallery.com for details. 

AT TWIST GALLERY: The new show  at Twist Bistro & Gallery is "Water," and two Fagen Designs pieces are on exhibit and available for purchase. "Rain in Skerries" is a fiber piece with a photo taken through a car window during a torrential rain in Ireland. "My Happy Place" is another photo transfer of a beautiful sky and ocean scene in Kauai.  Twist is in The Summit at Scottsdale at 32409 N Scottsdale Rd #107, Scottsdale, AZ 85266. Check out their great menu items at www.twist-bistro.com and call for reservations at 480-912-1459.

ONLINE ART: A Fagen Designs fiber art piece, "Frazzled" is in San Diego's Visions Art Museum Members Challenge Exhibition called "First Responders." It's a digitally manipulated photo of Laurie's nurse practitioner brother, Lee Marshall Fagen, in full gown, mask, shield and gloves, with raw edges and hanging threads. The exhibit is live on the museum’s website starting May 3rd at www.visionsartmuseum.org under the “EXHIBITIONS” tab. 

PODCAST GUEST: Time Management and Flying By the Creative Seat of our Pants with Laurie Fagen and Cheryl Cocroft interviewed by Kirby Plessas at www.curiouskirby.com/

LAURIE ON KAET-TV: Check out KAET-TV's Horizon show from Feb. 10, 2019  at https://azpbs.org/horizon/2020/02/fiber-art-exhibit/ or www.azpbs.org for a story about her fiber piece "Life After Death," from the "Huggernaut: Fiber Arts of Love" exhibit at the Scottsdale Civic Center Public Gallery. It's the story in fabric, beads and quilting of her journey following the passing of her husband, Geoff Hancock, eight years ago. 

Traveling Show

SACRED THREADS: "Eye Contact: creating a connection," recently displayed in the Washington, DC area, will now travel for up to two years. Check out a video of all the "eyes" including Laurie's two pieces on the Sacred Threads Facebook page and at https://www.facebook.com/sacredthreadsquilts/videos/380039609319034/. Laurie's blue eyes in color are at about :09 from the beginning, and in black & white at 2:54. Info: www.sacredthreadsquilts.com

"Copper Rocks!"

Polymer clay/resin

necklace, earrings

 

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“My Happy Place” 

Original photograph of sunset clouds over the ocean in Poipu, Kauai, digitally transferred to silk finish cotton fabric, machine quilted with rayon threads. 5X6 on 8X10 canvas $100 

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Photo by Lauri Koo