An exuberant exhibition of weaving at MERA for the month of June
Meet the artists June 5
As an antidote to the grimness of COVID, the 10 weavers of Weavers Unlimited have created work(s) on the theme of dance. Because each member of the group has a unique area of expertise and esthetic vision, the individual pieces in the exhibition are diverse both technically and visually. The result is a lively exuberant, colorful celebration of movement expressed in a woven format.
The “Let’s Dance” exhibition runs from June 1 to June 30 at the MERA Schoolhouse in McDonalds Corners. Everyone is invited to meet the artists and view their works on Sunday, June 5 from 2 to 5. Light refreshments will be served and woven articles will be available for sale. The exhibit can also be viewed on Thursdays from 10 to 2 when the MERA weavers will be working in the weaving studio and on Saturdays from 10 to 2 when the farmers market is also open.
Weavers Unlimited has met regularly since 2003. Members are fascinated by the weaving process and committed to learning, researching and experimenting in the design and production of woven items. Current members live in Petawawa, Kanata, Nepean, Ottawa, Ompah, Perth, and Fergus ON. Members are Jean Bair, Jean Down, Karin Hendriksen, Deb Templeton, Roberta Murrant, Anne Rombeek, Ellen Good, Marianne Heggtveit, Lise Loader, Mary-Anne Dalkowski. Ellen Good and Lise Loader are also members of the MERA weaving group. Over the years Weavers Unlimited have exhibited at a number of venues, including The Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, The John M. Parrot art gallery in Belleville, Stittsville Public Library, Colborne Art Gallery, Upper Canada Village and at the Thousand Islands Arts Gallery in Clayton N.Y.
The MERA Schoolhouse is located at 974 Concession Rd. 9A Dalhousie in McDonalds Corners.
Opening hours and directions can be found at www.meraschoolhouse.org.
Contact is Wayne Stryde at email@example.com