Fiberarts Magazine - Spring 2011
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Volume 37 - Number 5
In this issue: The Value of Weaving by Jennifer McCabe - Mexico City - based artist Maximo Gonzalez gives new meaning to the term "old money" with his weavings made from foreign currency; Caught in the Web by Faythe Levine - The intricate handwoven tapestries of emerging artist Erin M. Riley provide beautiful but arresting glimpses of a generation out of control; Yarn: The Art of Twist by Tracy Hudson - Handspun yarn-as-art is sweeping across the Internet, gathering community and fueling a new movement; Textile Tweets by Susan Taber Avila - The collaborative art team of Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese transforms text into textile designs using handwoven fiber-optic threads and information gathered from the Internet; Objects of Conscious Creation by Monique Lehman and Elizabeth Michel - The circular tapestries of Polish artist Wlodzimierz Cygan explore freedom and tranquility in mesmerizing woven forms; Crafting Summer Adventures - Whether you want to get away or stay close to home, for a week or just a day, you can develop your love for fiber arts at one of our nation's fine craft schools; and much more! Fiberarts Magazine - Spring 2011.