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fine art of fiber, Interfibers Studio Gallery, Wendy Carpenter -

Wendy Carpenter weaves large-scale fiber sculptures and mixed media wall hangings, revealing a personal expressionism style derived from borderline “abstract-literal” interpretations and executed through form, color, and tactile materials. "4-elements of science-Earth, Water, Air, Fire” fiber wall hanging is from a series entitled "Collection of Contrasts" by Wendy Carpenter and the late Isabel Beaudoin…a unique collaboration of creative works over a five year period!  It measures 8.5 feet long, 3.8 feet wide, and extends 4 inches out from the wall. It is hand weaved on a cotton inlay warp threading.  Each paper inlay section is hand made with a cotton...

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fine art of fiber, Interfibers Studio Gallery, Wendy Carpenter -

As you plan your gallery viewing in Door County, include the Interfibers Design Gallery in Fish Creek. This destination definitely is a must see destination. The gallery exhibits include large, commanding sculptural forms that incorporate fibers from traditional sources as well as non-traditional sources. The gallery also exhibits a variety of smaller fiber works and traditional on the loom weaving. One wall of the gallery displays wearing apparel woven, sewn, and often embroidered by Quiché Mayan artisans in Antigua, Guatemala. As a whole, the studio and gallery space are alive with color, creativity, and masterful craftsmanship. Wendy Carpenter, artist and...

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Cruz through my on line gallery and hopefully come see me in person at Interfibers Studio Gallery, 9204 Silk Road, Fish Creek, WI 54212

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chajul weavers of guatemala -

Here is our second fabric collection for sewing our 2017 jackets. The fabric is hand weaved by the Chajul weavers of Guatemala.

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Creating Revenue through the Arts Sale, Noon discussion on Wendy's project in Guatemala, sweet treats and great sales on hand weaved clothing made through a mission project in Guatemala!, weaving in Antigua GT, weaving with jaspe' fabric, wendy carpenter workshop -

I developed "Creating Revenue through the Arts"  eight years ago while working with the Mayan communities of Guatemala. Together we design contemporary apparel, make patterns, and sew with the hand weaved Mayan jaspe’ fabrics. It is a fair wage project to help the Mayan communities.

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