Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Artist's Interview with Nancy G Cook

We are starting off this Wonderful New Year, 2013, with Nancy Cook's interview!  Nancy Cook is an award winning fiber & textile artist.  She has a wonderful solo exhibit in North Carolina this month.  See details below.  Please open the Featured Artist's Series 2013 tab above and enjoy her full interview. 
See more of Nancy’s wonderful work at:

Nancy's interview has also been published on the Patch newspaper at: The Patch OC, The Patch LA and The Patch No California

Nancy’s solo exhibition “Seeds Up Close will be at the North Carolina Arboretum, from January 12 to April 7, 2013.  If you are in the area, we hope you will come and enjoy the Opening on January 12th. 
The North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville NC
100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way, Asheville, NC 28806
January 12 (Opening)- April 7, 2013  828/665-2492
Nancy G. Cook's art has a graphic quality that provides an experience of intimacy with highly exaggerated scale close-up views of nature, created with layered and embellished fabrics. Her current series, Seed Play, began mid 2008 and focuses on plant seeds and fruits, as metaphors for life's riches. Working directly from collected seed specimens, her designs are based on research and sketching to clarify what is architecturally unique for each species. Her hand-guided machine quilting creates lines and texture reminiscent of bas relief sculpture. Recent work incorporates hand stitching for enrichment and details. While the series began with a focus on trees, her more recent work has incorporated shrub, vine and perennial plant seeds.  In addition to creating one of a kind textile art, Nancy Cook lectures, teaches workshops, consults and does commission work. She has been working in this medium since 1994.


  1. Nancy Cook's art is captivating, as is the story of her artistic path. I've recommended this great article to all my friends on Facebook.

  2. thank you! Nancy and I both appreciate that:)


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