Fiber vessel made from ice-dyed fabric, foiling, Angelina fibers, soy silk.
“Mask Boro 1”
Recycled scraps from pandemic masks, embroidery thread
CHRISTMAS AT THE CASTLE Jewelry and ornaments Ogham style, an ancient Celtic language of slashes and lines, will be available for a Celtic Crafters art show at the Irish Cultural Center from 5-7 pm Sat. Dec 10 in Phoenix. It's their Christmas at the Castle event. https://www.azirish.org/christmas-at-the-castle/
TUBAC ART SHOW: A Fagen Design vessel, "Explosion," received honorable mention in the Arizona Sculpture Exhibition at Tubac Center of the Arts, #9 Plaza Rd, Tubac, AZ 85646. It's one of 29 pieces in the show that runs until Dec. 31. Info https://tubacarts.org/
ART QUILT SHOW: "Mask Boro 1" was selected by juror Shin-hee Chin to be featured in Art Quilts XXVII: Re-Vitalized! at Vision Gallery through Jan. 7, 2023. Info: visiongallery.org/events/
VISIONS ART MUSEUM: Two Fagen Designs small 6X6 fiber pieces will be part of the Visions Art Museum's 15th Anniversary at Liberty Station in San Diego. Exhibit date TBD: www.visionsartmuseum.org
SACRED THREADS: "Eye Contact: creating a connection," has finished its almost 5 years of traveling, and my two pieces are home. There’s 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
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.
Celebrating the 15th year of Visions Art Museum in San Diego. Hand dyed, commercial fabric, crystals, machine quilted with rayon threads.