Fiber Artist Exhibit At First Service Bank

by Alice Chambers

The North Central Arts Foundation for Arts and Education is sponsoring the art exhibit of Jane Hartfield at the First Service Bank Gallery, in Clinton, for the month of September. Her one-person show, Fiber + Color = Layers of Joy, consists of beautiful hand dyed and painted fabrics that have been pieced together, embroidered, and embellished with beads, yarn, paper, metal mesh and thread to make wall hangings.

Hartfield was invited to participate in the Arkansas chapter of the National Museum for Women in the Arts, one of only five fiber artists. That exhibit is currently in Washington D.C. and touring all over the country. She has also shown at The Center for Art & Education, Van Buren, River Valley Art Center, Russellville, Fort Smith Art Center, Old Post Office Museum, Winnsboro, LA, Art Spaces, Eureka Springs Gallery and other venues.

Everyone is invited to see her exhibit beginning September 3rd. In October Jane will be exhibiting at The Arkansas Art Gallery, at Indian Hills Country Club. A reception will be planned and announced at a later time. Jane and husband, Jerry, reside in Fort Smith, Ark.

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