Interlace, Deconstruct, the Spaces in Between
Fibre works by Lizz Aston, Noelle Hamlyn, Pam Lobb
Telephone Booth Gallery
3148 Dundas St. W. Toronto
The three artists in this exhibition use and manipulate fibre in different ways, creating textile patterns deconstructed to reveal single lines that trace points of intersection between a thread and a surface.
Featuring a variety of media including paper burn-out, free-motion embroidery, salt encrusted textiles, printmaking, hand-cutting, hand-dyed fabric, found doilies, book pages and mixed media techniques.
Pam Lobb: Blue Rococo, 2011, Japanese tissue, printmaking, fabric, 8 x 8"Noelle Hamlyn:Traces, 2012, cotton embroidery on gampi, burn-out, 17 x 14"Pam Lobb: Recreated, 2012, Japanese tissue, printmaking, 26 x 20"
Lizz Aston: Exploding Lace View #1, 2012, linen, fibre reactive dyes, starched, hand-cut, 32 x 37"
Lizz Aston: Exploding Lace View #3, 2012, Kozo paper, fibre reactive dyes, hand-cut, 18.5 x 16.5"
Wed.-Sat. 11am - 6pm
Sun. Noon - 4pm
& by appt.