Uncommon Threads exhibition at Evangel University


Uncommon Threads group exhibition
Evangel University  – Barnett Fine Arts Gallery
1111 N Glenstone Ave, Springfield, MO 65802
Monday – Friday 8:00am-5:00pm, Saturdays 8:00am to noon
Free and open to the public
March 15-28, 2014

Doppleganger by Emmie Seaman

Uncommon Threads is a network of art quilters of 15 fiber artists from the surrounding Springfield area working in the contemporary art quilt medium. Each fiber artist maintains an individual style of work and subject matter.


About Uncommon Threads

The individual artists’ works are informed by a variety of inspirations, ranging from the natural world of trees, gardens, animals, mountains and oceans to the abstract world of adventures, dreams and experiences.

Birch Moon by Lettie Blackburn
Birch Moon by Lettie Blackburn

Each style can include realism, abstract and portraiture and can be serious or comedic. The medium lends itself to a wide variety of techniques or treatments, including but not limited to dyeing, painting, cutting or tearing, fusing or seaming. The art pieces are often embellished by hand or machine sewing or embroidery.

Tempest by Merrille Tieche

Individual members have exhibited locally, nationally and internationally, receiving varied awards. These artists have established sales histories with work in public, private and corporate collections. Some members have taught art and design at the university level; some teach workshops nationally and internationally, both in physical venues and online.

For additional information, visit the group’s site: www.uncommthreads.com, or contact Michael Buesking at Evangel University, (417) 865- 2811, ext. 7281.

9 thoughts on “Uncommon Threads exhibition at Evangel University”

  1. Pam, glad we got to see your great show and YOU (best of all!) Thanks for taking time to run over and see the Evangel show.

    1. It’s a nice exhibition Dianna, and I was glad for an opportunity to visit Evangel’s art gallery. Even though it’s very near our studio, I had never been there!

    1. Glad to help out Susan. I’m hoping a little more publicity will remind people to see it before the show comes down.

    1. Emmie, I was glad you set up to meet me at my show, then we could go over to Evangel together. The exhibits are very close together, not only in time but location!

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