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Transformations Art and Craft Show 2013 Featured Artist: Amy Turner and her Weaving

Traditional wool rag rug by Amy Turner.
Traditional wool rag rug by Amy Turner.

Amy Turner grew up in an artistic household, with both parents accomplished painters, and her father had a large ceramics studio. She has been weaving for over 35 years. Her father gave her a loom when she was in high school and she has been weaving every since

 

Rayon shawl woven in lace weave with hand dyed yarns by Amy Turner.
Rayon shawl woven in lace weave with hand dyed yarns by Amy Turner.

She does all her weaving in her home studio in Doylestown, and has 5 looms, a spinning wheel, and an enormous collection of related equipment, yarns, spinning fibers and fabrics.

Rayon scarves with painted warp, tapestry inlay and beaded fringe by Amy Turner.
Rayon scarves with painted warp, tapestry inlay and beaded fringe by Amy Turner.

She combines traditional and contemporary styles, often with muted and neutral colors, using her own hand-spun yarn and hand-dyed fabrics.

Transformations 40th Annual Art and Craft Show, November 8-10, 2013, Hopewell Train Station, Hopewell, NJ.

Transformations Featured Artists:

Connie Bracci-McIndoe(pottery)

Susan Nadelson(hand dyed and handspun yarn)

Bernard Hohlfeld(artistic woodturner)

Ron Dombrowski(wood carving)

Sally Stang(pressed flower mosaic)

 

 

Transformations Art and Craft Show 2013
Transformations 40th Annual Art and Craft Show, November 8-10, 2013. Hopewell Train Station, NJ

 

 

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