Cameron Taylor-Brown at Diablo Weavers

Posted By Vilija on February 8, 2012

Diablo Weavers Guild is hosting Cameron Taylor-Brown at their monthly meeting on February 17th. Cameron’s talk will be:  Color in Cloth:  The Weaves You Want and Why.” We are excited to have Cameron come and spend some time with us and would like to invite our fellow fiber enthusiasts to join us.

From Cameron’s website [CameronTaylor-Brown.com]:  “My artwork reflects a passion to shape order out of chaos – to start with bits of thread and create something complex and satisfying where nothing existed before. As I weave, I embrace and celebrate the ancient heritage and language of woven cloth. The rhythms and interplay of pattern, color and texture fascinate me, and the tactile quality of the actual fiber is extremely satisfying. I thrive on the challenges and opportunities presented to me as I move forward to explore new and interesting possibilities.”

Cameron Taylor-Brown

Her artwork is widely exhibited and has been published in American Craft, Fiberarts, Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot and the Fiberarts Design Books Four, Five, Six and Seven. She travels Southern California and Arizona as the regional representative for several top yarn companies, including Rowan, Filatura de Crosa and Manos del Uruguay. An experienced teacher and facilitator, she conducts workshops throughout the country exploring design, color, creativity and the collaborative process.

The meeting begins at 10 AM with Cameron’s talk beginning at 11 AM. Thurman Casey Library, 2661 Oak Grove Road, Walnut Creek. Meeting room is around the left of the building, toward the back.