January Raves and Reviews

Congratulations to Roxane Lessa who has been awarded a United Arts Wake County Regional Artist Project Grant. She will be attending a week of classes at the Quilt Surface Design Symposium in Columbus, Ohio this summer. Roxane will get to meet like-minded teachers and students from around the world.

Artwork of Janet Harriman has been accepted for inclusion in the PMC Guilds first annual book. She will be demonstrating at the national PMC conference at Purdue University in July 2008. Her demo will include a college process with enamel on PMC. Janet’s artwork will be show in the national exhibition at Purdue University in conjunction with the conference.

Lambeth Marshall is the featured clay artist for January and February at the Cabarrus County Arts Council Gallery in Concord, NC. She will be showing 30 pieces of her work.

Also at the Cabarrus County Arts Council Gallery is an exhibition of Piedmont Craftsmen Fiber Artists Invitational. PCI members who are included in this exhibit include: Philis Alvic, Janet Bealer, Jane Doub, Judi Gaston, Carolyn Glazener, John Gunter, Neal Howard, Karen Poetzinger, Alice Schlein, Liz Spear, Jen Swearington, and Janet Taylor

Mixed media artist, Martina Moore has been very busy since the fall. She visited 15 classes in 8 schools from October to January. Look for her work at the TAG workshop with an opening January 26th from 5 to 7 PM. Plus Martina has work at the High Point Theatre Gallery (Kaleidoscope and Main galleries) in High Point, NC.

The Gallery in the Scott Center at Carroll Community College in Westminister, MD will feature works by Cynthia Aldrich, February 17 through April 4. Bearing Witness explores prehistoric and contemporary goddess forms from all cultures.

Debra Fritts and Ken Sedberry will participate in the Cabin Fever Reliever VIII at the Pocosin Arts Folk School in Columbia, NC February 7-10. For details please call 252-796-2787 or visit http://www.pocosinarts.org/.