2012 Wearable Art Show in the Sister Bay
The Sister Bay Village Hall is all set up and ready for collectors.
Pat Rued, from Deerfield, Illinois showed an extensive collection of cotton, silk and wool jackets, tops and scarves. The use of Japanese dying techniques known as shibori has expanded her list of surface treatments applied to plain, white cloth.
Kathy Skomsky, from Hendersonville, North Carolina has her own methods of painting, dyeing and constructing fabric into distinct, one-of-a-kind apparel.
Leather in every color fills Ilze Heider's booth. Direct from her studio in Grafton, Wisconsin, she draws on traditional Latvian design for inspiration.
MONA! is without equal. The prolific Hendersonville, North Carolina artist has fans nationwide. Beige is not part of her vocabulary.
Contemporary art quilts and hand dyed, sun printed silks by Madison area fiber artist Pat Kroth light up the room.
Milwaukee area artist, Polly Daeger can light up a room with or without her bold, dynamic jewelry.
Facets Fashions by Mary Mendla features clothing for the multifaceted life of today's woman. Grafton, Wisconsin.
Nancy Krahn Jewelry Designs in sterling, 14K gold, gemstones and pearls are 3-D wearable sculpture.
Door County's own, Marcy Farber of Cousin's Walk Gallery in Ellison Bay has an eclectic mix of felted art clothing, jewelry and country crafts.
Skye and Peter Ciesla may have their Bazyli Studios in Door County but their signature jewelry and jackets are recognized internationally.