Saturday, August 20, 2016

Hard Twist 11: Spin


HARD TWIST 11: SPIN, the eleventh annual edition of the Gladstone Hotel’s signature show of textile-based art, invites artists to give us their own spin on spin.

To spin is to transform. Whether it’s turning a fleece into yarn for a cozy sweater or rotating a dubious fact through angles of truth, spinning changes what you started with into something very different.

Hard Twist has become an important annual event within the Canadian textile art community as well as being a signature event for the Gladstone.

HARD TWIST 11 PARTICIPANTS:
Stacie Go Eun Baek, Claire Bartleman, Annabel Berthoff, Jessica Bromley Bartram, Valerie Carew, Valerie Dennis, Lise Downe, Judy Duggan-McCormack, Martina Edmondson, Margot Fagan, Shannon Gerard and Liam Blackburn, Amanda Gresik, Connie Lynn Higgs, Wilma Kenny, Ketzia Kobrah and Laurel Sherman, Lynne M Mack, Judith e Martin, Kathleen Morris, Natalie Nadeau, Jenna Richards, Brooke Ripley, Rob Shostak, Jennifer Wigmore, Jen Wilson and Wenzi Li

HARD TWIST 11 JURORS:
Julie Nicholson: Design advocate, Curator Do Design, co-founder TO DO Festival.
Dorie Millerson: AOCAD, MFA Chair, Material Art & Design
Paula John: Hard Twist 10 Artist
Helena Frei and Chris Mitchell: Hard Twist curators
Lukus Toane – Director of Exhibitions, Gladstone Hotel (ex-officio)


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Thursday, August 11, 2016

visiters from Australia

Jan Milne and her husband stopped in to visit Judy on August 10.  They have traveled from their home in Australia and will be visiting North America for 3 weeks.

They had come from Little Current United Church where they had viewed the permanent installation of the Manitoulin Circle Project panels.  Jan had followed their creation on Judy's Journal.  Jan will be studying with Judy at Ballarat during Fibre Arts Australia in April 2017.  Click here to read the article in the Manitoulin Expositor about the Milne's visit to view the panels and about Judy's upcoming Australian adventure.
Below:  photos of the panels
trinity
earthark detail

precious water
mended world  detail
layers of time

Saturday, July 30, 2016

And Still Maintain a Normal Life - sold

And Still Maintain a Normal Life
hand stitch on wool flannel, mounted on linen, framed
sold at Perivale Gallery Manitoulin Island

One of five pieces Judy Martin is showing at the gallery this season.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

In the Spirit of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven

Turning the Air to Cloth  Embroidered Quilt 2015 by Judith e Martin
Perivale Gallery
July 23 - August 7 2016
In the Spirit of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven
Group exhibition of gallery artists

opening receptiong July 23 2 -5 pm
hours 10-5 pm every day
705 377 4874

Judy Martin will participate in this exhibition with the embroiderey - quilted wall piece, 'turnng the air to cloth'
In reference to Tom Thomson's 1915 painting Round Lake, Mud Bay

Thursday, June 16, 2016

home studio visit penage road women's institute

millennium journal ; zen ecstasy   2002  by Judith e Martin

canadian pioneer detail  2012  by judith e martin

left: turning the air to cloth 2015, right: lake 2014, hand stitched and embroidered quilts by judith e martin

self hug embroidery on vintage pillow case detail 2015 by judith e martin
The Women's Institute
of Penage Lake Road
are visiting Judy Martin's home studio on Manitoulin Island
Friday June 17 at 10:30 am

It is part of their year-end celebration.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

My Corner of the World Canada

Time Passes Ovder The Earth, 2015  plant dyed velvet, hand pieced and hand quilted  24 x 24.5 inches,
Judith e Martin
My Corner of the The World: Canada
opened at Stratford Perth Museum
Stratford Ontario

May 21 - September 5 2016

Judy Martin will be showing Time Passes Over The Earth in this group exhibition sponsored by SAQA (studio art quilt associates).

Monday, May 16, 2016

April graduates MFA sculpture from School of the Art Institute of Chicago

April Anne Martin
with her copper sculpture 2016
Sullivan Galleries, Chicago Illinois
SAIC MFA graduate reception
Congratulations April!

Click here for more photos and a review of her grad exhibition is now on the modernist aesthetic blog.