MontanaGirl's case in Handmade Colorado exhibit at DIA
Erin Mulrooney, Art and Culture Coordinator for Denver International Airport, works on MontanaGirl's installation for the Handmade Colorado exhibit.
Extra! Extra! I'm one of 27 artisans featured in Handmade Colorado, a 5 month exhibit in Ansbacher Hall - the unsecured walkway between Jeppesen Terminal and the security checkpoint for A gates.  (You might recognize the glass cases) Erin, the exhibit coordinator, found me through my Etsy shop and thought my fiber bracelets and colorful crochet ornaments were perfect for the "wrap" display. 

If you are traveling through DIA and have a few extra minutes, check it out.  The show is a wonderful celebration of Colorado's creative spirit and well worth a look. My case will be about half way, on the left side as you head towards Concourse  A. 

I've been scrambling to create and photograph new inventory.    Let me know what you think!
 

 


Pam
11/07/2012 6:21pm

AWESOME!!!!

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Carmen
11/09/2012 9:45pm

Thanks! I can hardly wait to see the completed display.

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Sherrie
11/07/2012 8:32pm

Being a featured artist at the airport will certainly insure your gorgeous bracelets, scarves, ornaments....will FLY off the shelves. Congratulations! You will be famous!

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Carmen
11/09/2012 9:46pm

Thanks! The other artisans are amazing. I'm honored to be included in this group.

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    Carmen kwolkoski

    Yarn obsessed Montana native currently living in Colorado.  A lapsed architect, I have a love of color and a knack for intuitive creativity - whether crocheting, cooking or coming up with excuses to not clean the house.