Hawaii's Alfred Shaheen: Fabric to Fashion is a celebration of the legacy of textile designer and master fabric printer Alfred Shaheen, the origins of the Hawaiian print and the fusion fashion aesthetic is spawned. This is the first major retrospective exhibition of Hawaiian textiles and aloha wear manufactured by Alfred Shaheen on the island of Oahu over a 40-year period.
It is taking place now until August 8, 2010. Look at the details on the site, it is something that will be full of history and beautiful designs and creations.
In addition to the Fabric to Fashion show, George Mendoza is having a show as well: Colors of the Wind. This exhibition will feature over fifty figurative and abstract paintings by Las Cruces, New Mexico artist George Mendoza. Sample fabrics from his FreeSpirit collection with Westminster Fibers will also be included.
The Ellen Noel Art Museum will host an artist reception to honor Mendoza Thursday, August 19 at 7pm. Drinks and light snacks will be provided. This will offer the opportunity for local artists and visitors to personally meet George and discuss his process, challenges, work and life as an artist. View details of the Colors of the Wind museum at www.noelartmuseum.org.
Now to announce the winner of the Terrie Mangat apron!
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Last but not least, Visit SewMamaSew and show us your thread stash or your Amy Butler and Kaffe Fassett project. Enter to win one of the new Rowan Premium Cotton Thread collections with colors hand selected by Amy and Kaffe, now through July 15th.