We continue to get lots of positive feedback on our installation at the Bellevue Arts Museum.
This is our wall of 500, made by students at Alcott, Dickinson, Rosa Parks, Explorer, and Redmond High School, along with friends and family too.
This smaller piece of 64 weavings are the some of the ones I made...
And these are some of the HUNDREDS made by visitors to the museum. Visitors are invited to make one and add it to the installation, but most artists wanted to take their treasures home with them. This wall now has over 300, so it's getting to be almost as large as our installation of 500 on the adjacent wall.
The Weaving Project is on display until
It's been gratifying to hear from people around the world who are making CD weavings! It enlarges the idea of community that I hoped the project would express. Thank you to those of you who have taken time to let me know- I've heard from or seen the work of students, teachers, and individuals in Israel, Colombia, Australia, and many states in the United States. Wouldn't it be awesome to see them all together?
We are looking for another display opportunity once the show closes at BAM, so let me know if you have any ideas.
Make it a Wonderful Day!