(ABOVE: Left wall, Janet Austin, right wall, Suzanne Pretty)
In addition to the tapestries, and visiting with old friends, there was quite an impressive spread of delicious food!
(ABOVE: Sarah Warren's tapestries in the hallway)
The tapestries filled the gallery space, and were also hanging in the hallway and reception area.
I was pleased that each artist's works were kept together.
I think it makes the exhibit more cohesive.
(LEFT: Julia Mitchell)
(LEFT: Four tapestries by Bonnie Eadie)
I am embarrassed to say that, what with all the socializing, I missed some of the artists completely. Sorry.
The show will be up until June 1, so you still have time to see it.
(LEFT: Louise Abbott)
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(ABOVE: left, Katie Hickey, right Betsy Wing)
(BELOW: 3 on left, Barbara Burns, 3 on right, Tamar Shadur)
(BELOW: left, Bonnie Eadie, right Eve Pearce)
(BELOW: 3 tapestries by Betsy Wing)
(BELOW: left, Barbara Burns, 4 on right, Tamar Shadur)
(More about Tamar's Holocaust Memorial Tapestry in an upcoming blog post)
(ABOVE: Priscilla Alden)