Available for Pre-Order: Artistry in Fiber, Vol 3: Wearable Art
Wearable fiber art, whether in garment or jewelry form, is unique in that the human body breathes life, shape, and movement into the pieces. Be it a felted brooch or a dress made of book pages, wearable fiber art can provide personal expression unavailable from the world of mass production. In this volume of the acclaimed three-book series, comments from the makers, who discuss creating pieces that the wearer influences, are accompanied by more than 300 photos. Susan Taber Avila offers insights to what wearable art means and how fibers play into that combination, and Margery Goldberg discusses the term in relation to jewelry. The hundreds of creations here, bridging art, design, craft, and fashion, show how fiber art that relates to the human body is in a class of its own.
I do...Do I? Exhibition Catalogue available for purchase HERE
Society of North American Goldsmiths
In September 2012, Tina curated Screenplay, an interdisciplinary art exhibition highlighting the versatility of wire mesh.
The Art of Influence exhibition
In January 2012, Tina and Joshua Craig co-curated The Art of Influence, an exhibition that brought together the diverse work of 47 artists from across the globe who were influential to one another in a meaningful way.
Surface Design Association
World Shibori Network
This website describes traditional dye resist techniques including Kumo Shibori, the bound resist method used by Tina in a number of her works.
ECU Metals Symposium Blog
This is the blog site devoted to the annual East Carolina University Metals Symposium.
The Enamelist Society
Joshua Mark Craig