Presented by Caryl Gaubatz
Join us for a lecture and fashion show! Live models will bring 20 years of stories to life.
Kerr Arts and Cultural Center
September 24th, 2016 – 10:00am
$7.00 KACC members – $10.00 non-members
For 20 years Caryl Gaubatz had quite a different stylist: Uncle Sam favored Midnight Blue and Woodland Camo to Pantone Colors of the year. In the 20 years since retiring from the Military, she has been able to follow her bliss and focus on the crafts of surface design and fiber art. Caryl designs narrative garments: wearable art that tells a story. The viewer may not readily perceive the story, but will feel the authenticity and interact on some level much more strongly than if the garment were purely decorative. When the garment is worn, the wearer becomes an accomplice in telling the story.