Art Gallery

I invite you to view some of my work on Flickr.

I  have articles published in Quilting Arts (Issue 33 and Issue 39), Fibre & Stitch (Issue 7: Sister Angels) and Workshop on the Web (Sep 2010).

My work is featured in Kelli Perkins bookStitch Alchemy: Combining Fabric & Paper for Mixed Media Art.

You can also see my work on CarolWiebe.com or Carol Wiebe Wonders Out Loud.

Here’s an artist profile, with Cyndi Lavin.

Bonnie Samuel Designs writes:

Carol Wiebe’s work is different, intriguing. She works in a medium called “cracked paper quilts” – a creative process full of adaptations and applications.

Albedo, where Arlee Barr chronicles her concupiscentia oculorum (don’t we all view art with lustful eyes?) says:

Carol’s work with paper as a textile is soothing and spiritual. Her “cracked paper quilts” are a lesson in harmony and colour composition.

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6 Responses to Art Gallery

  1. Very nice to see your website. I always buy the magazine
    Quilting Arts and Cloth.paper.scissors here in the Netherlands an that is why I have the adresses and the
    websites. I always look at them and spent a delightful time
    to look at all that websites. I make also art with paper
    (books), textile and painting and thet is the reason that
    I’am interested.
    Look at my website yourself.
    Many greetings.
    Annette Warringa. The Netherlands.

  2. carolwiebe says:

    Annette, thank you so much for sharing your website with me. You do very beautiful work, and in so many different formats. Many greetings to you as well!

  3. Debra Gash says:

    Hi Carol,

    I really enjoyed your QA article. Thanks for the level of detail you included. I do have a few questions about your process. You refer to your support as a wood painting panel; are you using something like Masonite, thin plywood, or a regular stretched canvas? What do you like best? More importantly, you mentioned wrapping the piece around the support. How do you do your corners neatly? I cannot seem to manage them. Do you staple them to the back? Finally, do you a favorite brand of gloss medium for all the adhering? They do vary in their viscosity.

    Thanks very much,

    Debra Gash

  4. carolwiebe says:

    Hi Debra! The panels I am talking about look like this:

    I included it as a link with my article, but it wasn’t in the magazine (perhaps because it’s Canadian). These are very light, made of birch plywood, I believe. I love using them, for this application and for painting.

    I do my corners by just meeting them, no overlap. I fudge whatever doesn’t quite meet with acrylic medium and the appropriate color paint.

    My favorite medium of choice is Golden. I used a soft gel gloss medium. You should gesso the panel first, as the fabric then adheres better.

    Does that cover everything you wanted to know?

    Carol

  5. Alice says:

    Hola siento muchisimo no hablar tu lengua pero quiero hacer llegar mis felicitaciones por tu trabajos.SON HERMOSOS UN PLACER PODER VISITAR TU PAGINA.
    Alice Buenos Aires Argentina

  6. Wow Carol, what a great new website you have here!! Looking so forward to see what you do with it next and especially more of your beautiful works here!

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