Tapestry Crochet Exhibit

Sometimes it’s being in the right place at the right time or knowing the right people. Damon MacNaught recently asked me if I would like to exhibit some of my work over the summer at the Thigpen Library Gallery at Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, Tennessee. Of course, I said, “Yes!” The show, which opens today, is a sampling of some of my earlier and later work.

Damon Installing Labels
The colors of each Lessons Series (1993-1994) piece reflect individual realizations. I didn’t notice which one Damon was labelling until I cropped the picture for this blog – a coincidence?

Damon and Shayna Installing my VSCC Tapestry Crochet Show
Damon and his wife, Shayna, made quick work of the installation.

Carol Ventura and Self Portrait
This Self Portrait (1982) is the first piece that I tapestry crocheted back and forth, switching hands and the end of every row.

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Jane Armour, from the Thigpen Library, graciously accepted copies of my More Tapestry Crochet and Bead & Felted Tapestry Crochet books, which are on display (along with some book projects) in the glass case.

The public is invited to the exhibition and also to my 10am Tapestry Crochet lecture at the Thigpen Library on July 28th, the day we take down the show. So if you’re in the area between June 2nd and July 25th (or on July 28th), please stop by to experience CAROL VENTURA Tapestry Crochet!

Carol Ventura Exhibit at Volunteer State Community College
CAROL VENTURA Tapestry Crochet exhibition at the Thigpen Gallery.

7 Responses to “Tapestry Crochet Exhibit”

  1. Sriyana says:

    Congratulations, Carol! The exhibit looks wonderful! How exciting!

  2. Very cool Carol! congratulations!

  3. Faylene Keep says:

    You go girl, congragualtions, the art is beautiful and inspiring.
    Best Regards,
    Faylene

  4. Yuliazmi says:

    Wow Carol, your self portrait is so big. wonder how long you make it. It’s a great work Carol. :)

  5. Anu says:

    XLNT Carol, they look amazing. You are inspiration beyond all words. Blessings! Anu.

  6. Crochet Diva says:

    Wow, an exhibit?? How awesome! Wonderful work!

  7. heidi says:

    I would very much have enjoyed to see the exhibition in real life. It looks really awsome and inspiring!

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