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Past Exhibitions - 2006:
El Camino Student Show
Nov 5 - Nov 26, 2006

Printmakers from the Czech Republic
Oct 1 - Nov 26, 2006

Belle Epoque
Jul 30 - Oct 29, 2006

Fiber/Fabric
Jul 30 - Sep 17, 2006

On Site at the Gate 2006
Apr 30 - Jun 11, 2006

Shannon Fincke
May 21 - Jul 23, 2006

Meeson Pae Yang
Mar 19 - May 14, 2006

Patssi Valdez
Feb 12 - Apr 9, 2006

/Third Space/ Whitney Stolich
Jan 29 - Mar 12, 2006

Draw
Dec 4 - Jan 29, 2006

Da Aie Park
Dec 11 - Jan 22, 2006

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Fiber/Fabric
July 30 - September 17, 2006

Public Reception: Sunday, July 30, 2 pm - 4 pm

Curated by Jean Clad

Conversation with Artists: August 30, 2pm

Featuring work by Edith Abeyta, Sandy Abrams, Slater Barron, Sandra Carter, Christine Dunning, Linda Ekstrom, Ilee Kaplan, Michael Lewis Miller, Dan Olfe, Michael Rohde, Carol Shaw Sutton, Mary Ellen Thinken, Don Weeke, Ruby Young

Angels Gate Cultural Center and Curator Jean Clad present Fiber/Fabric, an exhibition exploring the fiber or fabric related work of twelve artists. From industrial felt to hemp-based particleboard, the twelve artists weave, bend, sew, re-form and join materials to realize personal visions and compellingly demonstrate the range of potential of fiber and fabric as media.

Seeking to expand the viewers' awareness of the possibility inherent in non-traditional art mediums, artist Linda Ekstrom manipulates the works of Emily Dickenson, William Shakespeare and the Bible into sculptural forms that function as commentaries and monuments to those works. Michael Lewis Miller's Stacked Painting, a stacked pile of colorful, abstract felt shapes, asks the viewer to take the dramatic action of throwing it into the air to complete it. Slater Barron forms colored lint into surprisingly accurate replicas of food. Dan Olfe merges digital wizardry and traditional in quilts, and Edith Abeyta's installation of freshly baked bread and a variety of industrial hemp products questions our relationship to fiber itself.

Rainbow Cars by Candice Dunning
The Golden State by Candice Dunning
Microchip2 by Don Olfe
Microchip5 by Don Olfe
Teapot by Don Weeke
Isolation by Michael Rohde
Deflation by Ruby Young
House by Sandy Abrams
Shovel by Sandy Abrams