Exhibitions / Events



Speaking of Fibers
Biennial juried show sponsored by Missouri Fiber Artists

I'm very excited to have had all three of my entries accepted by the judge, Amanda McCavour from Canada.  
The campus is located at: 
650 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141

The gallery is located on campus in the same building as the library.  


Greenville, IL
This invitational opens Oct 20 and runs through Nov 11, 2017
The gallery is across the street from the Bond Co Courthouse on 2nd Street.
I have 4 pieces in this show.  

Residual Impact
October 12-December 23, 2017
Artist Reception October 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery talk October 21, 2 pm

I am very happy to have been included in this gorgeous show at the Jacoby long with 2 fabulous artists, renowned ceramist Art Towata (whose work can be seen above left) and Professor Ann Coddington who teaches at Eastern Illinois University (work on the right). In the center is a detail of one of 8 of my works that will be featured in the show.  

Cedarhurst Biennial

The Devil Is in the Details, 60"x 48"
Cedarhurst Center for the Arts
2600 Richview Road
Mt. Vernon, IL  62864

July 30 through October 8, 2017
Preview Reception July 29 -- 6:30-8:30

This exhibit will feature 60 works by 54 artists drawn from Illinois (south of I-80) and the metropolitan regions of St. Louis, MO, Evansville, IN, and Paducah, KY.  

Making it in Crafts III

102 S 10TH ST LAFAYETTE, IN 47905

opening reception:  6:30 - 8:30
This exhibition will feature 140 works of art by 51 prominent professional craft artists (clay, glass, metal, wood-working and fiber), from 25 states plus Canada and Australia.  These artists make their living by creating and selling fine art crafts.  Many of the most renowned artisans are juried participants in the most prestigious art shows in the U.S.  Including Chicago’s SOFA at Navy Pier; Grand Rapids’ Art Prize; and Ann Arbor’s Summer Art Fair.  Guest Curator, Jim Sondgeroth has personally selected and invited each artist.  This unique exhibit expands on the first two Making it in Crafts exhibits shown at the Art Museum in 2011 and 2014.  It is one of the most exciting and comprehensive arts and crafts shows to be presented in the Midwest.

Visit my blog post about the reception on May 12.  
I'm really excited to be participating in this show with 3 big shibori silks. 
This is a detail of one of the pieces:  
DETAIL of Carpe Noctem, shibori rust silk with
overlay of organza and tulle wings, processed leaves
c 2105



Erin Dimick - Mutatis - silk, paper, thread
Material Revival
curated by Pat Vivod

Edwardsville Arts Center
6165 Center Grove Road
Edwardsville, IL 62025
*On the Campus of Edwardsville High School

September 11-October 16, 2015
Reception Friday, September 18, 2015, 6 to 8 pm

This exhibit is part of Innovations in Textiles 10 / 2015 

Material Revival renews and celebrates a collaboration, begun 4 years ago for Innovations 9, between friends and colleagues who share a student/teacher/mentor relationship and who strive for a collective conversation that will take them out of their comfort zones to expand how they work conceptually, materially and how they think about their work. Erin Cork Woolfolk, Jo Stealey, Laura Strand, Erin Vigneau Dimick, and curator Pat Vivod are joined this year by new member Sarah Gillespie in the challenge to create inspired new bodies of work by integrating the shared materials from each other’s studios into their own work.

Innovations in Textiles is many events scattered over more than 15 gallery exhibits bringing artists from outside the area, artist talks, and workshops.

Patricia Vivod - shibori rust scarf
Transformed by Time
curated by Linda Basden

Stone Bridge Valley Art Center
Route 100 North
Michael, Illinois 62065

August 1 - 30, 2015 
Reception is August 1, 4 to 6 p.m.

This show also features work by Elizabeth Adams-Marks and Susan Bostwick.

Stone Bridge Valley Art Center website 

Patricia Vivod-Memento Mori Detail
Fiber Focus 
Part of Innovations in Textiles 2015

Fiber Focus is the only juried exhibition for the Innovations event and open to artists in Missouri and 8 surrounding states.  The juror is Marci Rae McDade, editor of Surface Design Journal.  

Art Saint Louis
1223 Pine Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63103

August 8 - October 8, 2015
Reception Saturday, October 3
6-9 PM with Juror Marci Rae McDade

Art Saint Louis website

Patricia Vivod, Dark Moon Rising, detail
shibori rust
Cedarhurst Biennial
Juried Competition for Southern Illinois

Mitchell Art Museum / Cedarhurst Center for the Arts
2600 Richview Road, P.O. Box 923
Mt. Vernon, Illinois  62864
P: 618.242.1236 F: 618.242.9530

Reception for artists and museum membership is Saturday, Aug 15, 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Exhibition opens to the general public
August 16 to October 4, 2015 

Regular Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.

Closed Mondays and national holidays

You can find a complete list of artists juried into the show at the website

Patricia Vivod - Dawn of Time - shibori rust
SCC Fibers Invitational
curated by Christine Holtz

St. Charles Community College
Visual Arts Building
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Cottleville, Missouri  63376-2865
(814) 330-4286

September 28- November 6, 2015
Reception TBA

The SCC exhibit is also part of Innovations in Textiles 10/ 2015.  Besides myself, this show features Elizabeth Adams-Marks, Lillian Bates, Alicia Pigg, Erin Vigneau Dimick, Deborah Waldham-Pontious, and others.  


From the Inside Out
Felt, Paper, Textiles:  
Revelations of Natural Mark Making

Art and Design West Gallery
75 South Circle Drive
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 

August 18-September 21, 2014
Opening Reception is August 22, 2014, 6-9 pm

This exhibit featured work by Irit Dulman of Israel,  Fabienne Rey of the Netherlands, and Rio Wrenn, Elizabeth Adams-Marks and Patricia Vivod of the USA.  Curators are Adams-Marks and Vivod.  You can find a wealth of information on the show and all of the artists at a new blog:  From the Inside Out.  

Rio Wrenn traveled from Portland, Oregon for the opening reception and offered a 2 day workshop,  Printing and Dyeing with Rust and Tannins, on August 23 and 24, 2014 at the Textile Lab at SIUE Department of Art and Design.  We were able to accommodate 15 students and had a fabulous time.  

Fabienne Rey was to have come too, but due to family illness was not able to join us to teach a 2nd workshop on eco printing.  We sincerely hope she can come another time. 

Here is the official show card for the exhibition featuring images of each of the artist's works that appeared in the show. 

A complete catalog of the exhibition is being made and will be finished very soon.  


Contemporary Fiber Arts
at Lindenwood Universty
August 23-September 30, 2012
Boyle Family Gallery
  J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts
  2300 West Clay Street
  Saint Charles, MO 63301
Opening Reception is Thursday, August 30, 4-7pm

I was invited to exhibit with three other artists in this beautiful gallery.  The others are Jessica Forys-Cameron, Leandra Spangler, and Carol Zeman.  

Since the EAC:ONE in 2010, Edwardsville Arts Center has moved from downtown to a new and very beautiful gallery.  This second show promises to be a good one.  The artists are listed on the poster at left which you can click to enlarge.  Two of my silks were accepted into the show which you can see and read about here.

EAC:TWO opens Friday, February 17 with a reception from 6-8 pm.  The show runs through March 16, 2012.
     Edwardsville Arts Center
     6165 Center Grove Road 
     Edwardsville, IL.  62025
     (618) 655-0337

The gallery is on the campus of Edwardsville High School at the east end of building.  Ample parking is available.  Hope to see you there.
Visit Edwardsville Arts Center website.


Collaboration: Reaping and Sewing
Artists: Erin Cork, Nina Ganci, Jo Stealey, Laura Strand, Erin Vigneau Dimick and Patricia Vivod, curator

Exhibition dates: August 26-October 2, 2011
Opening Reception: August 26, 5-8pm
Gallery Talk:  September 25, 2 pm

Jacoby Arts Center
627 East Broadway
Alton, IL 62002-6306
(618) 462-5222

Collaboration: Reaping and Sewing is part of Innovations 2011, a biennial textile event in the St. Louis metro area.  Over 20 nonprofits and private organizations are hosting fiber exhibits featuring regional, national and international artists.  This exhibit reunites students and teachers/mentors.

Fiber Focus
Nine State Juried Competition for Innovations 2011

Exhibition dates:  September 6-October 13, 2011
Opening reception:  September 16, 6-9 pm
Juror's gallery talk: September 17, 1:20 pm
Lea Cook juror

Art Saint Louis
555 Washington Avenue, #150
St. Louis, Missouri  63101-1239
(314) 241-4810

SCC Invitational
Exhibition dates:  August 29-September 23, 2011
Opening reception:  Wednesday, September 7, 6-8 pm
Curator: Christine Holtz

St. Charles Community College
Visual Arts Building
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Cottleville, Missouri  63376-2865
(814) 330-4286


Farm Girl Landscapes
Solo exhibition at the Dr. Dee and Sue Boswell Gallery
Kaskaskia College, Centralia, IL.
September 13 - October 21, 2010
Closing reception Saturday October 9, 12-4 pm

Regular gallery hours are 9 to 5:30 Monday through Friday with a student docent on duty 2:30-5:30 on Monday through Friday.  Saturdays and evenings by appointment.
For more information call 618-545-3222

  • I'm so excited to have been given this opportunity.  I've created some very big silk pieces but will also be showing some of my older work at this beautiful gallery.
  • This is a detail of Round Bales that will appear on the showcard for the exhibition.  Printed on silk twill, the work is 45 inches wide and around 10 feet long. 

my location:
    Edwardsville Fitness Studio
    201 Hillsboro Ave (lower level)
    Edwardsville, IL 62025

October 16 & 17, 2010
11 am to 5 pm both days

  • ARTEAST is a self-guided studio and exhibition tour in Madison County, IL. Now in its 13th year, over 120 local artists participate by opening their personal studios to the public, or joining with others in group exhibitions. The majority of sites are located in and around Edwardsville and Alton, although there are sites in Highland as well as rural sites. Artist information and maps to locations can be found at the website. Large full color posters featuring participating artists' art work and excellent maps are printed as well and available at all sites or in advance. ARTEAST is a program of the Jacoby Arts Center, 627 East Broadway, Alton, IL 62002.
  • The Small Works Group Show hosted at Jacoby Arts Center will feature one work by nearly every participating ARTEAST artist. The Small Works show typically opens a week ahead of the ARTEAST event and closes mid-November.
  • Also at my location will be Jerie Artz and Arvilla Friar--watercolor.

at Main Street Art Gallery in Edwardsville, IL.  
July 23 - August 28, 2010
Opening reception July 23, 6-8 PM
  • This group invitational features art that speaks of the elements of the earth.  Besides myself, Elizabeth Adams Marks, Joan Powell, Brandon Hayes, Robert Longyear, and Michele Katz-Reichlin have work in the show.

JAC 6th Annual Juried Show
at Jacoby Arts Center in Alton, IL.
July 6 - August 8, 2010
Opening reception July 9, 5-8 PM

Edwardsville Arts Center All Media Juried Show
at EAC in Edwardsville, IL.
June 18 - July 30, 2010
Opening reception June 18, 7-9 PM
  • This is EAC's first juried competition and the first time I'll be exhibiting there.  Very nice gallery.

Fiber: Twenty Ten 
at the Foundry Arts Centre in St. Charles, MO.
April 2 - May 14, 2010
Opening reception is April 16,  6 to 9 PM
  • This national juried show is sponsored by Missouri Fiber Artists and features one of my shibori rust pieces, Ananas Comosus pictured here
  • I finally got to see the show on the 16th.  It is a fabulous collection of contemporary fiber art from all around the country.  I understand The Foundry will issue a CD of the exhibition when the show ends. 

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