Tag Archives: textiles

alena rudolph: potluck pals


Potluck Pals
$50

The “Potluck Pal” Pie and Casserole Tote is an essential tool for insuring a spill-free transfer of your delicious kitchen creations to any party, picnic or celebration! An all-season, durable gift for any cook or party-goer!
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alison pebworth: vintage roadside show & tell patches

Vintage Roadside Show & Tell Embroidered Patches
individually wrapped embroidered patches
$3

Alison has been making “street side” projects locally and nationally since 2004 under the rubric of the Roadside Show & Tell, a series of interactive roadside attractions and related projects created in the spirit of the 19th century American traveling show. In 2006, she traveled cross-country for eight months developing Looking for Lost America, a research project of the Roadside Show and Tell. This trip was the inspiration for Beautiful Possibility, her current traveling exhibition and research project that took her on a five-month tour to eight venues across northern United States and southern Canada. The Center for Cultural Innovation has supported the Beautiful Possibility project through a Planning Grant (2007), Implementation Grant (2008) and Artistic Innovation Grant (2010). Southern Exposure in San Francisco launched Beautiful Possibility with an exhibition and printed catalog in Spring 2010. www.alisonpebworth.com

bert bergen: tshirts

handmade appliqued tshirts
$50 each

julie w. chang: thank you have a nice day!

Thank You Have a Nice Day – Envirosax Bag
$25

Limited Edition Reusable Shopping Bag – Chinatown Chic!
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juliewchang.com

gabrielle teschner: portable arch


Portable Arch
fabric sculpture packaged in cigar box
$180

Each box holds one muslin arch measuring 30” wide. It is made to be portable, accompanying its traveler from one doorway to the next, cutting the space beyond it in precisely the same way as every location before it. There is an opening at the top for a tension rod installed in the doorjamb, or it can be easily tacked to the top of a doorway frame. The shape is architecturally accurate to Iranian masonry plans.
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Gabrielle Teschner is an artist living and working in the Bay Area from coastal Virginia. She received her BFA in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University, and her MFA in Sculpture from California College of the Arts. Much of her research is performed abroad. She works with maps, cultural architecture, and instructional texts on geometry, timepieces, and machine technology, illustrating the persistent mystery of our discoveries, and the stilling properties of the unknown.
www.gabrielleteschner.com

stephen hendee: textiles of dark age north america


Happy Alisa Benton Day (Textiles of Dark Age North America)
Red orange yellow and white (with black border) striped fabric uniform patch; Holiday store product for national heritage in the year 2459
$35 each


Nation Pride Month (Textiles of Dark Age North America)
Multicolored striped fabric uniform patch; Holiday store product for national heritage in the year 2459
$25

Souvenirs from the exhibition “The Ice Next Time/Dark Age” by Stephen Hendee at THE BARRICK MUSEUM: Las Vegas, August 27, 2010 – October 23, 2010
www.stephenhendee.com
www.stephenhendee.posterous.com

carolyn castano: narco novia tote


“Narco Novia Tote”

$25.00
printed with original drawing, Plastisol inks on canvas tote.

Totes based from the Narco Novia series of Druglords and their Girlfriends. All are based on the artist’s drawings and paintings.
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Carolyn Castaño is a Los Angeles based artist and former San Francisco artist and resident. Carolyn is the recipient of the 2011 C.O.L.A Award, City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship. Her work has been featured in exhibitions both nationally and internationally, most recently in LACMA’s critically acclaimed Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement, which traveled to the Museo del Barrio in New York City, Museo Zapopan in Guadalajara, and the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City. Other exhibitions include International Paper at the Hammer, Liquid LA at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, Bay Area Now and Three Great Walls at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Carolyn has an M.F.A from the UCLA School of Art & Architecture and a B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute.