Fiber Art North East Galleries
In Zombnia Exhibit
The following poem by Ashley Mackey was the inspiration for this exhibit.
I tossed. Round up those sheep On my side
I turned. Provide a fence One leg bent
I puffed my pillow. A deep breath in And one leg out.
How many turns to go? Then let it out. On my back
Where ARE those sheep? Legs scissored now.
Blankets on Please, don't shout! Turn to the left,
Blankets off Turn to the right.
first I'm hot My pillow's warm Do-si-do, no Zs tonight? Now I'm cold. I flip it 'round At last!
Now I've got it My pillow's soft
One arm up I'm going down. No longer brick
One arm down No such luck Blankets n' body temps in sync
Off to the side Try fetal please And mattress one big cloud...,
Keep moving around Oh my god I drift down to that peaceful place,
(Make and octopus proud). I've got to pee. To dream..., and as I do ---
Sunbeams hit my face.
Count up by threes
Count down by nines
Count one to a hundred
Hidden Message Exhibit
Fifteen beautiful quilts which hide a word, an idea, a hope or a story for the viewer to find. If the message is not found, the viewer can open the folded label to reveal the message.
4 x 12 Exhibit
Fiber art created with a wide variety of techniques and mounted onto 4" x 12" panelboards.