Archive for the ‘Fiber Artist’ Category

Art Watch Radio Interview

Posted by lindacelestian on December 22, 2018 in Blog, Exhibitions, Fiber Artist, Fiber Sculpture, Nuno Felting |

I was interviewed by Margaret Winslow, Delaware Art Museum‘s Curator of Contemporary Art for Art Watch Radio along with Juried Craft Exhibition Juror, Paul Sacaridiz.  This came about because of my inclusion in the Juried Craft Exhibition that continues through January 27th, 2019. Margaret’s interview with Paul Sacaridiz, the Executive Director of Haystack Mountain School […]

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Fiber Sculptures

Posted by lindacelestian on October 20, 2016 in All Posts, Blog, Fiber Artist, Fiber Sculpture | No Comments

I’m showing some of my fiber sculptures at Highlands Art Garage in Wilmington this month. This space also houses Barrel of Makers and a classroom where I teach. It’s always fun to see the  sculptures in a new space.   Thanks to everyone who came out on first Friday. If you are still interested in […]

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Philadelphia Open Studio Tours 2015

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST) continues this weekend. My work is part of the tour at Park Towne Place Apartment Homes at 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. My Ocean Blues sculpture is installed downstairs in the lobby and other sculptures are installed in one of the finished units on the 16th floor. Other InLiquid artists’ work is installed in other units […]

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Silk Sculpture Installation

I installed my blue silk sculpture “The Ocean’s Whisper to Me” last week in the newly renovated Park Towne Place Apartments in Philadelphia. It was a new experience for me to be installing artwork in the middle of a construction site. Hard hats were required although maybe not necessary. It was scary though, especially when one […]

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Silk Sculpture Installation

My silk sculptures Algae Bloom and Coral Reef Forms have been re-worked and are currently installed at NINObrand Atelier  at 333 S. 20th Street in Philadelphia. NINObrand’s designer Bela Shehu creates beautiful modern, classic clothing and accessories for her discerning clientele. Bela works with a minimal palette of black, white, and neutrals. The green silk is an […]

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Inspiring Artists

I’ve been researching artists working in the realm of public art that are using soft materials. I came up with 3 women, with different and equally impressive bodies of work. “American artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight.” excerpted from her […]

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