"Our Water Stories" exhibit at the Miller Art Museum-opening reception Saturday, June 2, from 5:00 to 6:30.
Our Water Stories: A Celebration of Door County's Relationship to Water. “Declining freshwater mussels” Wendy Carpenter Freshwater mussels are one of the most endangered groups of animals in North America. My hand weaved acrylic paintings depict the declining journey for the native mussel “Unionid. The native mussels and clams of Lake Michigan are of particular interest to me because of their unique life history, importance to aquatic ecosystems, and use as indicators of change in water and habitat quality. My mixed media (acrylics and fiber) work is painted on canvas, cut into strips, and hand weaved with an inlay...
Weaving a Trillium off-loom video by Wendy Carpenter at Interfibers Studio Gallery.
The Trillium tapestry is part of an exploration series entitled "Abstracting nature."
It is my personal expressionism style of tapestry off-loom weaving derived from abstracting the natural world.
Hello, fellow fiber artists, jewelers, seamstresses, and quilters: Wendy Carpenter here at Interfibers Studio Gallery in Fish Creek, Wisconsin. I am just wrapping up my 37th season in Door County and find myself at a crossroad. I am not ready to sell my property, but also, don't want to continue in the same operating manner! I am looking to share the studio and gallery space with another artist because I enjoy working in an artist energy charged space. I am also wanting to free up some of my time committed to the gallery and share operating expenses. I have a beautiful cathedral...