‘Connecting Fibers’ Display At Tunbridge Public Library

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Arts / Jul. 13, 2017 9:56am EDT


“Hannah’s Hen” by Karyn Lord is part of the group show “Connecting Fibers,” on display at the Tunbridge Public Library until August 26. (Provided) “Hannah’s Hen” by Karyn Lord is part of the group show “Connecting Fibers,” on display at the Tunbridge Public Library until August 26. (Provided) The group show “Connecting Fibers” is on display at the Tunbridge Public Library until August 26.

An opening reception will be held this Sunday, July 16 from 2-4 p.m., and will include a demonstration with public participation. This event is free and open to the public.

“We all have an intimate relationship with fiber,” said the artists. “Whether it is the clothes we wear or the quilts that keep us warm, or other household items of utilitarian or decorative use.”

Rugs, weavings, quilts and other arts will be displayed. This show exhibits a wide range of these crafts practiced by local Vermont women, including Susan Cain, Judy Cayer, Louise Clark, Carrie Cooker, Christina Duffy, Betty LaWhite, Karyn Lord, Caitlyn Macglaflin, Katrina Mujzesz, Fern Strong, and Belinda Whipple Worth.

The library is located on 289 Route 110 in the center of Tunbridge village, across from the Post Office, about five miles north of Route 14. Library hours are Monday and Wednesday, 3-8 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, 3-6 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Call librarian Jean Wolfe at 802-889-9404 for more information.

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