Lawrence McLaughlin lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona and Sancerre, France.
His sculptures and paintings are present in museums and galleries worldwide.
Photo: Lawrence McLaughlin, White Horse, 2018, 81 x 23 x 100 cm, concrete, iron, goldfoil
New Days New Ways
From October 27 until November 11, 2018
Mascha Mioni and Lawrence McLaughlin show
new artwork at the Kunsthandlung Pigmento,
Schwanenplatz 7, Passage zum Stein, Lucerne.
Photo: Mascha Mioni, New Days New Ways, 2018, 87 x 122 cm, Oil
left to right: Ana Lisa Hedstrom, San Francisco; Jorie Johnson, Kyoto; Mascha Mioni, Disla; Yoshiko I. Wada, Berkeley; Mary Jaeger, New York; Foto: RTR
Nina Defuns writes:
Art da surmar a Trun / Art from overseas in Trun
Ellas èn vegnidas da San Francisco, New York u Berkeley – ed èn fascinadas da Trun. Tschintg artistas e bunas amias exponan il mument lur art textil en il Museum Sursilvan Cuort Ligia Grischa.
Il vitg da Trun è enconuschent per l'anteriura Fabrica da ponn – uss stat il vitg en il center da l'art textil. Tschintg damas d'art han numnadamain preparà in'exposiziun nunusitada en il Museum Sursilvan.
Da las metropolas en Surselva
They came from San Francisco, New York and Berkeley - and are fascinated by Trun. Five artists and good friends are showing their Textile art at the Museum Sursilvan / Cuort Ligia Grischa.
The village of Trun is known by its former cloth factory - now the village stands in the center of textile art. Five artists have installed an exceptional exhibition at its Museum Sursilvan.
From the metropolises to the Surselva
More (inclusive clip) : RTR - SIL PUNCT 9.8.2018 18:12
The regional newspaper La Quotidiana reviews the exhibition "Shades of Memory" at the Museum Sursilvan, Trun.
In close contact with the museum Mascha Mioni and Heiner Graafhuis curated the exhibition of five world-reknown textile artists.
Conclusion of the report by A. Beeli:
"....L'exposiziun ei da cussegliar a tut tgi che vul seschar inspirar e surstar. ...."
(The exhibition is to be recommended to everyone, who likes to be inspired and surprised.)
The exhibition will end on Sept. 8, 2018.
More on the exhibition cf. Art - Art to Wear / Textile Art
Mary Jaeger draws on extensive study of various textile techniques and work in Asia, Southeast Asia and Europe. She is well known for timeless, innovative textile and fashion designs using silk and wool manipulation, resist dyeing techniques, couture sewing and repurposed materials with minimal waste. She curates, teaches and lectures internationally. Her bespoke collections are available at her Atelier Boutique (New York City), Mary Jaeger Brooklyn and fine stores and galleries worldwide.
Her work is featured in textile magazines and in permanent collections of the China National Silk Museum (Hangzhou) and the Helen Allen Textile Collection (University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Human Ecology (SoHE)). She holds degrees from Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC, and UW-Madison SoHE, BS-Textile and Apparel Design; MS-Related Art, where she currently serves on the Board of Visitors and is honored with UW-Madison SoHE’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
Mary Jaeger creates timeless collections that seamlessly move between seasons, places, and occasions by inviting personal experimentation with forms and suggesting the layering of patterns, textures and colors.
Picture: Accordion BonBons: Juxtaposed Neck Wraps and Ponchos, 2018, Silk, pieced, pleated, dyed, stitched.