Fox Crossing artist represented in Arizona exhibit SanTan Sun News

Fox Crossing artist represented in Arizona exhibit

Fox Crossing artist represented in Arizona exhibit
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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF

When it comes to the arts, Fox Crossing resident Laurie Fagen has a widfely varied resume.

Actress, novelist and mixed media artist are all areas where Fagen has a long list of accomplishments.

Starting today, a piece of her fiber art can be seen in the “All Art Arizona” show at Art Intersection, 207 N. Gilbert Rd., Suite 201, Gilbert.

Fagen will be displaying a piece from her fiber art collection — a wall art quilt replicating a scene from Glacier National Park.

“The image was transferred to fabric, then heavily quilted with a few miles of thread,” Fagen said. “It’s a serene landscape of the mountains, but we were surprised how little glacial snow was left.”

Fagen, who also designs jewelry and writes crime fiction mysteries, is the former publisher of the SanTan Sun News. She and her late husband, Geoff Hancock, founded the paper.

Her piece at Art Intersection started with a photograph taken on a family vacation.

Fagen, whose private studio is called Fagen Designs, is an award-winning multi-media fiber artist who designs and creates contemporary fiber art and wearable art. For her jewelry, she works in fine silver and polymer clay.

Her work has been seen in galleries and exhibits in Arizona, California, Iowa and North Carolina.

Fagen also teaches a variety of classes and workshops, and is available to share her classes in surface design embellishment, metal clay, polymer clay and other techniques and projects.

The Art Intersection shows celebrates “the diversity of artwork created by both well-known and emerging artists in Arizona” and opens with a reception for artists and the public from 5-8 p.m. today, June 15, The free exhibition runs through Aug. 3.

The studio has presented a special exhibition on Arizona artists for the last nine years and aims to give exposure to “well-known and emerging artists living in our own back yard.”

It highlights “the breadth and diversity of art created by Arizona artists” in virtually every medium — including sculpture, glass, photography, painting, ceramics, wood, printmaking, mixed media, artist books, and more,” a studio release said.

The opening reception draws artists, art collectors and art lovers from across the state and is one of Art Intersection’s best attended exhibitions of the year.

Visitors also will be able to cast their vote for the Viewer’s Choice Award, which the studio announces at the end of the exhibition.

For details about the show, call 480-361-1118 or visit artintersection.com. For more on Fagen’s art, check out FagenDesigns.com.

All Art Arizona 2019 Featured Artists Scott E. Adams, Joan Baron & Ali Mariles, David Lloyd Bradley, Iveta Butler, Jerry Cagle, Rebecca Cameron, Tony Celentano, Diana Clauss, Annemarie A Comes, Danielle Conti, Ronald J Cox, Diana Creighton, Joe Dickens, Ximena Echeverria, Sue Eddy, Ariana Enriquez, Laurie Fagen, Jeffrey Falk, Gary A Fife, Tara Gamel, Allen Garns, Rick Gayle and Pam Golden.

Also, Gerry C Groeber, Isadora Hale, Brit Hansen, Melanie Harman, Chase Harter, Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb, Art Holeman, Crystal Huckey, John Isner, Jodi Koller-Smee, Jo Kubran, Alex Kutchins, Barbara Kuzara, DC Laroche, Wayne Reed Lougee, Luigi Luccarelli, Sandra Luehrsen, Angel Olegario Luna, Rachael Lyn, Peter Martori, Donald Matthews, Kathryn Maxwell, Judy Mc Cullough, Joan McGue, Terry Melser, Carlos Mendoza, Devon Meyer.

Others include Nancy Miiller, Neil A. Miller, Marlene Moore, Jaira Joshue Munoz Zavala, Amy Novotny, Pamela A Pachmayr, Dino Paul, Cyd Peroni, Kirby Plessas, Roy Pope, Michael Pierre Price, Joanna Proffitt, Penelope Quinn, Cheri Reckers, Geoff Reed, Nicole Richardson, Anita Ries, Maureen Rooney, Christina Rosepapa, Susan Rae Ruscetti, Roman Sanchez, Steven Scales, Jon Sharer, Beth Shook, Edlynne M. Sillman, Martina J.Skobic, J.Speer, Rachel Srinivasan, Vicky Stromee, Summer Strother, Ira Thomas, Joseph Trevino, Rosalie Trulli Vaccaro, Brianna Voron, Jeff Williams, Reid Woodward, Angela Yamauchi and Hyewon Yoon.

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