Brightening Life with Creativity,
one day at a time...
I think people shy away from fiber art at times, because it isn't like "typical" art.
You know what I mean. Art that you frame, stick a nail in the wall and hang it up.
In the past, at my exhibitions, I have been asked by people, "How would I hang that in my home?" I always show them the hanging sleeve and the aluminum rod that I provide and I can tell that some "get it," while others still don't.
And that's okay.
Fiber art is different.
That's one of the things I enjoy about it. :)
Lately, I have started wondering about alternative hanging methods and I stumbled across some other SAQA members that attach their smaller fiber art pieces to stretched artist canvases.
Intrigued, I decided to try it out for myself...
Fiber artist, wife to a wonderful husband and mom to 2 awesome kids
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