So excited that my “Sew Hoboken” art exhibit is almost here!
It’s been a year in the making since I inquired about submitting work to the museum for a show. I feel so honored to be showing and showcasing my work all about Hoboken at this lovely lovely venue.
There are so many hidden features to be found in Hoboken – old shop signs, facades of buildings and little details not many notice in their daily life rushing around town.
“Sew Hoboken” is a mixed media exhibit, mostly featuring digital prints with an element of sewing and fabric included. Showing the real essence of Hoboken with some surrealism thrown in through the fabric designs and sewing additions.
I loved combining the historical traditional images with something colorful and surreal.
“Sew” excited for the opening reception this Sunday. If you are local to the area, I would love to see you.
How exciting, Louise! These look fantastic!!
Louise, that is SO exciting! And they look gorgeous – I love the ideas behind them. It makes me want to do something similar for Brighton!
These are great! Hope the show is fantastic!
Dearest sweet Louise, this is really exciting!! I love the pieces you created…they are all so beautiful! Loving your idea of combining historical images with something colorful and surreal! Have a lovely merry happy mid-week and love to you!
I will be there with bells on + can’t wait~!!!
They look SEW AWESOME!! 🙂 I really love Adventure! Wishing you tons of success.
Everything looks smashing, dahling! Hope you’re having an artFULL summer =-)
Absolutely fantastic Louise! Huge huge congrats xxx
Awwww…if only I had mastered the art of teleportation…..Oh well I shall simply have to think of you instead and wish you HUGE success and a whole lot of fun 🙂
ps…so lovely to see my wee abundance notebook in your studio..gave me a huge smile indeed! 😀 xx
I am just discovering your work through our flying lessons facebook page. Really nice to see your work! Congratulations on this show! Laura
I love your concept. Congratulations on your exhibit! Your work looks amazing!
This is incredible Louise! Congrats!
They are so beautiful Louise. So wonderful that they will become part of the Museum’s collection. Thanks for the nudge on my blog today. Stay tuned for an email in your inbox in a couple of days. Just need a bit of headspace for it.