Artist Celeste Roberge, a contributor to my blog series "Why Create,"(http://www.marilynmmoss.com/bllog/2016/10/4/why-create-comments-from-celeste-roberge) has a solo exhibition coming up at Pho Pa Gallery in Portland, Maine. Be sure to stop by if you are in the area.
Composer Paola Prestini, who contributed to my blog series, "Why Create," (http://www.marilynmmoss.com/bllog/2016/10/26/why-create-comments-from-paola-prestini) has shared her newsletter with us. To view in a web browser, go to http://visionintoart.cmail20.com/t/ViewEmail/t/B0FBC7554895F285/7ED5C6A0903F4DD23D3F7F9A22A6E02E
Pleased to announce that my piece, "Will Someone Please Find My Poulet" (The New Guard, Vol. 5, Fall 2016), has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize!
The art of motherfuckitude
An inspiring new blog post from Brain Pickings
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A lovely mention of Bill Moss: Fabric artist & Designer in design new england
BILL MOSS: FABRIC ARTIST & DESIGNER
Is available in museums and independent bookstores around the country. Friends spotted it at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and MassMoca in Massachusetts and sent these photos in. It is also available online at www.billmosstents.com
From scout to hermione: Bookworms salute their favorite heroines
My grandaughter reads constantly and her room, the back seat of the car and the kitchen are filled with books so she can always pick one up. I recently gave her and her younger brother memberships to the Book-of-the-Month club. When she received the latest book, this is what she had to say:
I am thrilled to be working with the Writer's Hotel and will be attending their Masters Class in New York this coming June. For more information: http://www.newguardreview.com
Talking about Bill Moss: Fabric Artist & Designer at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport, above. And below, at the Portland Library Brown Bag lecture series.
Signings and more signings of Bill Moss: Fabric Artist & Designer.