Economies of Scale
The Textile Study Group of New York
by The Textile Study Group of New York
Catalog of the exhibit "Economies of Scale", a juried exhibition featuring miniature works in fiber by member artists of the Textile Study Group of New York, which opened January 7, 2009 at the Phoenix Gallery in New York City. The two- and three-dimensional objects measured no more than 6 inches in any direction. All involved fiber materials and/or textile techniques in their construction.
The Textile Study Group of New York began in 1977 as a monthly gathering of six student fiber-artist friends who wanted to continue sharing news‚ resources, criticism, and inspiration. TSGNY's emphasis on diversity is reflected in the textile-related activities of its members. The list includes artists' representatives, basket makers, artists' book makers, collectors, conservators, crocheters, curators, dealers, dyers, embroiderers, felters, historians, knitters, knotters, lace makers, paper makers, quilters, sculptors, spinners, students, surface designers, teachers, artists, weavers, and writers. Most TSGNY members are artists. Some are students or beginning artists. Many are full-time professional artists and designers.