LOUISE HALSEY

 

Louise Halsey has work in the following locations:

 

Two of my figures will be part of the exhibition "Filaments" at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center
226 E Main Street
Yadkinville, NC
Show opens on May 1 and runs until July 31 2017

   
 
   
 

Autumn 2016

Open House at Little Mulberry Gallery November 19 & 20,
2016 Saturday & Sunday 10 AM till 5 PM
littlemulberrygallery.com/

scmuseum.org/explore/exhibits/changing-exhibits/art-a-collection-of-collections/
A large rya fabric strip wall hanging inspired by a painting by my mother, Corrie McCallum, is currently on view at the South Carolina State Museum. The painting that was my inspiration is also in the exhibition and both
works are part of the SC State Museum's permanent collection.

   
 
   

A doll "Luisa Centavo" by Louise Halsey is now in the permanent collection of the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, given by Penny Packard.

 

 

A woven wall hanging by Louise Halsey of cotton and mixed fibers in a rya technique, "Four Seasons" is now in the permanent collection of the South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC.

   

Look in the October/November of American Craft in the Wide World of Craft to read about crafts in Arkansas. Louise Halsey and her husband, Steve Driver are mentioned in the section about the Ozarks.
craftcouncil.org/magazine/article/arkansas

 
   

 

For further entertainment you can view Louise doing some comedy as seen in these links:
Part One: Early childhood
Part two: More childhood
Part 4: Off to College
Part 5: Summation
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