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The Second Biennial Fibre Content Exhibition

By all opinions the show was a fabulous success! As we hoped, the power and the magic of fibre art shone for all who attended. We want to express a very personal thank you to the artists who shared their wonderful creations and all the volunteers who helped with show organization, set-up, take down and docent duties and, most of all, to all of you who came out to see this awesome exhibition!

The full online Web Gallery, as well as a few videos from the show, are now available at the Show page.

Jurors’ Choice

Jurors Choice

Virginia Eichhorn’s choice was Paisley City Roller Mill by Bev White, Sandra Dupret selected Sunset on Lake Huron by Sharron Deacon Begg, and Emma Quin’s choice was Settling by Micaela Fitzsimmons.

Viewers’ Choice Awards

Viewers Choice

An overwhelming response for First Place was Tracey Lawko’s amazing work Windswept Snow. Both Second and Third places were collaboration works: Laurentian Foothills by twenty SAQA artists and Seven Create by Northern Ontario Fibre Artists, respectively.

Viewers’ Choice Notable Mentions

Notable Mention

Notable mentions go to: 4th place – I Gotta Crow by Al Cote, 5th place – Shadow Play by Nancy Yule, and tied for 6th place – Dawn ’til Dusk by Toni Major and Welsh Poppies by Anne Solomon.


The three winners in the draw of the completed Viewers Choice ballots each won a copy of the SAQA Portfolio 20 book. They were David Goodings of Burlington, Wendy McCreath of Scarborough and Lynda Mariani of Toronto.

Four pieces of art were sold during the show — both the 4th and the 5th viewers’ choice notable mentions, as well as Sharron Deacon Begg’s Juror’s Choice work. Also sold was Christine Chapman’s Bronte Woods.

While close to 2,000 people attended the show and many purchased catalogues, donations to Fibrations are always welcome to assist with our continued efforts to promote fibre art. Purchase of show catalogues is a good way to support the cause.

We are happy to continue our collaboration with the Art Gallery of Burlington in 2016. The 2016 Fibre Content Exhibition is schedulled to run for 11 viewing days, from September 8 to September 18, 2016!

Haven’t had a chance to visit the show? Want to share the excitement with a friend? The 2014 Fibre Content catalogue details all 125 works in 52 fabulous colour pages! Only $10.00 (shipping included)!

2012 Fibre Content Catalogue

We still have a limited quantity of our 2012 catalogues. Same great price — $10.00 (shipping included)!

2012 Fibre Content Catalogue

If you don’t already have them, why not order both catalogues? They make a perfect gift, too! Only $15.00 (shipping included).

2012 Fibre Content Catalogue

Help us organize more fibre art events and projects by donating to Fibrations!

Fibrations is a not-for-profit organization. Everybody is a volunteer, so there are no administrative overheads. Every penny donated goes into our projects!

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