Dot Moye gives focused attention to all her projects and brings high competence to all she does. I would trust her with any task she takes on.
Hurry – there are only a few days left to see Intertwined: Contemporary Southeastern Fiber Art, a juried and invitational exhibition celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance. Selecting the juried portion of the show gave me an opportunity to reconnect with a number of familiar faces and discover some new ones. Jim Arendt’s Best-in-Show Totemic Figures (below) can stop you in your tracks! Honorary mentions awarded to to Robin Haller, Susan Lenz, and Jacqueline Mehring emphasize the amazing diversity of this exhibition. The juried show is accompanied by an invitational of artists who have made extraordinary contributions to the five-year success of SEFAA. The show, at the Hudgens Center for the Arts, will be in this Gwinnett location until March 21, and later in the year will travel to Barnesville and Valdosta, Georgia. A catalogue for the show is available from http://www.blurb.com/b/5943285-intertwined-2015
Photography courtesy of the artist