Event Title

MARKING TIME AND MAPPING THE SPIRIT: TWO ARTISTS OF THE NATURAL WORLD - INDIA FLINT AND SUSAN GAYLORD (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Location

Judson Park Howson Gallery

Event Website

http://www.judsonsmartliving.org/

Start Date

9-21-2012 12:00 AM

End Date

10-28-2012 12:00 AM

Cost to Attend

Free

Pre-registration required?

No

Contact Information (for registration)

Judson Howson Gallery

2181 Ambleside Drive

Cleveland, OH44106


216.721-1234

Event Type

Exhibit

Description

Curated by: Laura Martin, Cleveland Hts, OH, & Christine Mauersberger, Cleveland, OH

In conjunction with Watermarks 2012 and Octavofest, Howson Gallery is please to present the artwork of internationally known textile/papermaking and book artists India Flint and Susan Gaylord.

India Flint works with cloth, paper, felt, weaving, stitch and bio-regionally gathered ecologically sustainable dyes (a long-winded way of saying "windfallen leaves, bark and earth pigments). Author of 3 books, she travels with a small cauldron and large pockets collecting windfalls.

Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord has been working as a visual artist since the late 1970s. Ten years of calligraphic work were followed by involvement in book arts where she is best known for the Spirit Book Series. Susan teaches and lectures about book arts and her journey as an artist, and works with hand-lettering, digital compositions, and bookmaking.

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Sep 21st, 12:00 AM Oct 28th, 12:00 AM

MARKING TIME AND MAPPING THE SPIRIT: TWO ARTISTS OF THE NATURAL WORLD - INDIA FLINT AND SUSAN GAYLORD (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Judson Park Howson Gallery

Curated by: Laura Martin, Cleveland Hts, OH, & Christine Mauersberger, Cleveland, OH

In conjunction with Watermarks 2012 and Octavofest, Howson Gallery is please to present the artwork of internationally known textile/papermaking and book artists India Flint and Susan Gaylord.

India Flint works with cloth, paper, felt, weaving, stitch and bio-regionally gathered ecologically sustainable dyes (a long-winded way of saying "windfallen leaves, bark and earth pigments). Author of 3 books, she travels with a small cauldron and large pockets collecting windfalls.

Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord has been working as a visual artist since the late 1970s. Ten years of calligraphic work were followed by involvement in book arts where she is best known for the Spirit Book Series. Susan teaches and lectures about book arts and her journey as an artist, and works with hand-lettering, digital compositions, and bookmaking.

http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/octavofest/2012/all/58