Textile Arts Guild of Richmond (link)
October 25, 2022 - 2pm
Atrium of the Richmond Library and Cultural Centre — Richmond, BC
(In person for members only. Zoom available for all. Register here to receive a zoom link.)
The illusion of depth is important in my textile art work. I fuse commercial and hand-dyed fabrics to a variety of space-age materials, combined with hand applique, painting and machine quilting. I sometimes have my photographs digitally printed on fabric, which I can then manipulate and quilt.
I will talk about and illustrate my inspiration for the “Vista” series, an ongoing exploration of the love/hate relationship between high rise buildings and landscape. Sculptural shapes spring up near every SkyTrain stop, blocking some views and framing others.
Hard and soft, near and far, manmade and nature, yin and yang…..our world in the southern Mainland of BC.
Judy has carefully and lovingly created these series of lectures from collecting stories and piecing together experiences from her long and exciting path as a Textile Artist, Teacher and Judge.