NBO members Nancy Loorem Adams, Lanny Bergner, Danielle Bodine, Jill Nordfors Clark, Barbara DePirro, Sharon Kita, Dorothy McGuinness, Bill Roeder, Peeta Tinay, and Judy Zugish are all represented in “Currents 2020”, at the Schack Art Center in Langley,… Read More
“Paper Translations” is the third exhibition of the work of eight Western Washington artists who transform machine and handmade paper into artist books, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and other visual objects. Exhibiting NBO members Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, and Dorothy… Read More
“Paper Transformed II” is the second exhibition of the work of eight Western Washington artists who transform machine and handmade paper into artist books, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and other visual objects. NBO members Danielle Bodine and Dorothy McGuinness are… Read More
Lanny Bergner, Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, Kathey Ervin, Katherine Lewis, Dorothy McGuiness and Polly Sutton are NBO members featured in this show at the Museo gallery in Whidbey Island, Washington, through November 1, 2015.
“Paper Transformed” NWDC and NBO members Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, and Dorothy McGuinness will be participating in a group show, “Paper Transformed,” along with other paper artists at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend. Please join the… Read More
NBO members Elizabeth Runyon, Dorothy McGuinness, Peggy Wiedemann, Amanda Salm, Lois Russell, Lily Liu, and Martin Demaine have received notice that their work is to be included in Fantastic Fibers 2015
Sponsored by NICHE magazine, the NICHE Awards program began in 1989 to celebrate excellence and innovation in American and Canadian fine craft. Artists are recognized in both professional and student divisions.
Read the latest World of Threads Weekly Fiber Artist Interview about #NBObasketartist Dorothy McGuinness of Everett, WA. Dorothy will be exhibiting in the 2014 World of Threads Festival exhibition Solo Shows & Installations in the Corridor Galleries at… Read More
#NBObasketartist Dorothy McGuinness will be participating in the World of Threads Festival in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. She will have 5 pieces in the Corridor Galleries at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.
Look for the basketry of Dorothy McGuinness in the book TextileArt around the World from Textile-link.