October 31, 2015, 1:00 pm
The School of Visual Arts
214 East 21st Street, Room 703A
Social Hour at Noon
Guest fee is $8.
Often fiber artists are rejected from exhibits because of the poor quality of their images. Knowing what jurors are looking for will help improve the quality of your final presentation. Daryl will discuss the best practices of photographing your textiles to do justice to your work. She will share her technical know-how, and explain what to do and, almost more importantly, what NOT to do. This is a great opportunity for all of us to learn how best present our work, whether for professional or personal use.
Daryl Lancaster, a long-time friend of our Guild, is a weaver and fiber artist known for her handwoven, pieced garments. She has been sewing for more than 40 years. In addition to her creative work, she gives lectures and workshops to guilds, conferences, and craft cen-ters all over the United States. She is the former Features Editor for Handwoven Magazine, and she frequently contributes to various weaving publications.