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Published: 6/9/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Fiber577 art event in Perrysburg

At the 577 Foundation's Fiber577 art event that ended Sunday, June 9, 2013, in Perrysburg, the guests became a part of the action. There were 15 artist demonstrations on how to create different fiber art, and a pop-up studio where Perrysburg artist Jennifer Solon helped guests create their own art. The sixth annual fiber577 event had exhibits of 75 pieces from artists all over the region to be judged. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Judy Schramm, left, and Jana Duckett, both of Rossford, make their way past the pieces of fiber art hanging during this year's fiber577 show. Schramm and Duckett are neighbors who decided to come out to the free exhibition. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Judy Schramm, left, and Jana Duckett, both of Rossford, make their way past the pieces of fiber art hanging during ...
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Visitors walk the gardens at the 577 Foundation as strips of fabric hang from a sculpture as a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Visitors walk the gardens at the 577 Foundation as strips of fabric hang from a sculpture as a "Fabric Bomb."
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Nanette Meyer of Rossford, left, passes a piece called Enlarge | Buy This Photo Nanette Meyer of Rossford, left, passes a piece called "Audrey," a portrait of the actress Audrey Hepburn composed of ...
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Carla Brundrett of Perrysburg, center, inspects a few fiber-made pieces on display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Carla Brundrett of Perrysburg, center, inspects a few fiber-made pieces on display.
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A piece called Enlarge | Buy This Photo A piece called "Small Leaf Panel in Blue" by the East Lansing, Mich., artist Jenny Schu, hangs during this year's ...
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Linda Burge of Swanton, left, and Susan Monday of Point Place lean in to get a closer view of a fiber piece. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Linda Burge of Swanton, left, and Susan Monday of Point Place lean in to get a closer view of a fiber piece.
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Enlarge | Buy This Photo "This is one of Toledo's best kept secrets," Lind Campbell of West Toledo, center left, said of the 577 ...
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Joy Lin of Perrysburg, right, and Jarrett, 7, work together on crafting their contribution to the Bittersweet Creative community weaving project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Joy Lin of Perrysburg, right, and Jarrett, 7, work together on crafting their contribution to the Bittersweet Creative community weaving ...
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Jarrett Lin, 7, of Perrysburg works to weave wool, burlap, and a plastic branch together for the Bittersweet Creative community weaving project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jarrett Lin, 7, of Perrysburg works to weave wool, burlap, and a plastic branch together for the Bittersweet Creative community ...
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Preforming as The Crickets on the Hearth, bassist Vern Treado, center left, guitarist Amy Brodie, center, and banjo player Bruce Brodie belt out a bluegrass tune. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Preforming as The Crickets on the Hearth, bassist Vern Treado, center left, guitarist Amy Brodie, center, and banjo player Bruce ...
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Sue Pollex of South Toledo, right, passes by a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sue Pollex of South Toledo, right, passes by a "Fiber Bomb" during this year's fiber577 show.
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