ABOUT US

High Fiber Diet is a group of fiber artists committed to advancing their art professionally. HFD actively searches for exhibit venues, and members have the opportunity to submit work for juried group exhibitions. High Fiber Diet members challenge themselves to become more educated about art and design principles and to improve creatively on an individual basis. The group meets 7 times per year (February, April, May, July, August, October, and November) on the third Tuesday from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Venues may change. Meetings usually include a discussion topic, updates on current and upcoming exhibits, and sharing of members' current work. For more information about the group, check the HFD blog at www.hfd-highfiberdiet.blogspot.com or contact Laura Jaszkowski at joyincloth@gmail.com.


The group is affiliated with Columbia FiberArts Guild of Portland, Oregon
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To see information about other exhibits and projects our members are involved with, click on the "Member News" tab below.

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New Show Selected

It is with pleasure that The Green Committee announces those artists and pieces that have been selected for the “It’s Not Easy Being Green” exhibition. We appreciate all those who entered this call.

 

Susan Borger​​​ ​ Egg Substitute

Lynda Christiansen​​​ The Green Houses

Susan Circone​​​​ At the Root of the Matter

Sherri Culver​​​​ Experiencing Life

Diane English​​​​ The Neighbors

Mary Goodson​​​​ Protect Our Surroundings

Terry Grant​​​​ Pollen

Terry Grant​​​​ Basilica of Quito

Jill Hoddick​​​​ Studio Shards

Anita Kaplan​​​​ Retail Therapy, the Pearl

Franki Kohler​​​​ Forget me Not: Collaboration ​​​​​​​​with Grandma

Mary Ann McCammon​​ Class Scraps

Mary McLaughlin​​​ Temptation

Sara Miller​​​​ Keep On Greenin’ On

Sherrie Moomey​​​ Dying Waves

Lulu Moonwood Murakami​ The Green Gate

Jo Noble​​​​​ Memories

Pam Pilcher​​​ ​Envious Edgar​

Pam Pilcher​​ ​​Green Woman

Linda Reichenbach​​​ Good Vibrations

Gloria Richardson​​​ Ella-Vay

Joanne Roth​​​​ The North Side

Linda Say​​​​​ Books of Details

Linda Say​​​​​ Egg-actly

Lottie Smith​​​​ Green Grows My Garden

Lottie Smith​​​​ The Black Hole

Toni Smith​​​​ Heart in Motion

Deb Sorem​​​​ Angst Amongst the Onions

Karen Spencer​​​​ Morning Commute

Karen Spencer​​​​ What Price Green?

Beverly Woodard​​​ Don’t Roll Me Up and Smoke Me

 

Making our Mark is our new show!



High Fiber Diet's newest exhibit, "Making our Mark" will debut at the Stitches in Bloom show at the Oregon Garden, January 22, 23, 24. In addition to the High Fiber Diet exhibit, The Oregon Garden’s 80-acre botanical sanctuary will be in full color as hundreds of vibrant quilts from throughout the Northwest unfurl for the 2016 Stitches in Bloom Quilt Show presented by Hope Village, Jan. 22 through 24 from 10am to 4pm. Admission to the Quilt Show, which includes Garden admission, is $9; free for children 4 & under.

What's Blue To You last venue

 

High Fiber Diet's What's Blue to You? exhibit is on display at the Hillsboro Library through December 29, 2015. This is the last venue for this exhibit. Stop by. It's a very nice space. The entire exhibit is on display.

Main Library Hours

Monday-Friday 10 am-8 pm

Saturday 10 am-6 pm


Sunday 12 pm-6 pm

2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy

Hillsboro, OR 97124

 

 

 

What's Blue to You at Lower Columbia College, Longview, WA


Quite a few HFD members with friends and family in tow, made it to The Art Center at Lower Columbia College, Longview, WA for the opening reception of the What's Blue to You exhibit. I liked how they put the blue and orange quilts together. The whole exhibit really looks great in this space. Following are some photos of the show and the peeps.





Red Dot Show

HFD member, Diana Jackson will be showing with the the Red Dot Artists

Detail, "Aerial View" by Diana Jackson

What's Blue to You at Portland International Airport

High Fiber Diet's exhibit "What's Blue to You?" is now on display at the Portland Airport in Concourse B.  It's behind security, so you have to be a traveler in order to see the show.  The exhibit will be up through the end of May, 2015, so if you are traveling, be sure to set aside a few extra minutes to see the 17 quilts interpreting the word "blue".

 In the same concourse, across the hallway, is an exhibit by the Westside Modern Quilt Guild depicting Portland Bridges.  High Fiber Diet members have quilts in the Bridge exhibit as well. There are lots of reasons to travel this winter and spring!

What's Blue to You?




Bridges