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"WEARABLE EXPRESSIONS" 2008
Palos Verdes Art Center, CA
 
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Travelling art-to-wear exhibition
opening every year with Houston Quilt Festival
 
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JULY 10 - AUGUST 31, 2006,
THE OTIS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN
FACULTY EXHIBITION
TRACK 16 GALLERY, SANTA MONICA, CA

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"ART 2 WEAR EXHIBITION"
LAX International  Terminal
June 2006
 

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Oct. 22 - Nov. 23, 2005
Presented by The Wearable Art Connection of Southern California
"OPULENT SPLENDOR"
A celebration of ornamentation, pattern & fantasy through
PAINTING * FIBER ART * COSTUME * FASHION
The Brand Library Art Galleries, Glendale, CA
Special Guest Curator: Justine Limpus Parish
Glendale, California: the Brand Library Art Gallery is presenting an exhibition of art to wear or fiber art. The exhibit showcases over 40 garments, paintings and objects which highlight the use of ornamentation, pattern and fantasy in modern decorative artforms. The centerpiece of the exhibition is a display of art to wear from the Fairfield and Bernina Fashion Shows created in the last 12 years by members of the Wearable Art Connection of Southern California (WAC). The exhibition includes three displays of wearable art garments and techniques from WAC, an exhibition of polymer clay "shoes" plus additional paintings and objects by guest artists selected by the curator to augment specific themes within the exhibition
 
A PHOTO CD
OF THE EXHIBITION IS AVAILABLE ON THE WAC WEBSITE
follow the "OPULENT SPLENDOR"  links
 
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ARTWEAR: FASHION & ANTI-FASHION
California Legion of Honor - San Francisco
May 14 - October 30, 2005
The peacock cape, "Nouveau Renaissance", originally created for Bernina Fashion Show 2001, was part of this important exhibition.
www.thinker.org  catalog available