Upcoming/Recent Events

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June 22 - September 29, 2019

Solo exhibition at Biennale internationale du lin de Portneuf in Deschambault, Quebec. I will be featuring vessels of sewn rope, with a connection to linen.

Les pirouettes
October 13 - December 31, 2018

Solo exhibition as part of the World of Threads Festival Oakville, Ontario. I will be showing 5 tall vessels of sewn cotton rope, 3' and 4'  high. Opening reception Saturday October 20.

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Fibre and Form
August 2 - September 9, 2018

Featuring several series, in silk, felt, and natural cords; two and three-dimensional work. 
General Fine Craft Almonte, Ontario. Opening event Sunday August 12, 2-4pm.

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April 26 - June 4, 2017

General Fine Craft Almonte, Ontario, celebrated its 5th anniversary by highlighting the work of several artists. 


Fibre Five Fibre
July 8 - 25, 2015

Five contemporary fibre artists exhibited at Sunbury Shores in St.Andrews By-the-Sea, New Brunswick. 

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World of Threads Festival Interview

Carmella Karijo Rother is an artist whose early interests led to a career in natural sciences and education, working at Ontario Parks and the Canadian Museum of Nature. She then began her journey in textile and fibre arts.....

Read the complete interview.

The Red and The Black
November 1 - 30, 2014

Shelter 1 and Vessel 25 were exhibited at the The Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre in Oakville, Ontario, as part of the World of Threads Festival. Several curated exhibitions held throughout the month featured the work of Canadian and international fibre-based artists.

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Vessel 25

Material and Method
October 14 - November 16, 2014

Exhibition featuring my felt sculptures and silk canvases, with woodworker John Ward, at General Fine Craft Almonte, Ontario.

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Summer Exhibition One
August 16 - September 6, 2014

Group exhibition at Darrell Bell Gallery in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: "New arrivals from Carmella Karijo Rother with works by Michael Hosaluk, Trevor McDonald, Mitchell Fenton, Lee Brady, Joe Fafard, Curtis Daviduke, Gerald Penry, Adrian Stimson and Brian Gladwell"

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Darrell Bell Gallery FB