Update! The gallery will be open 2-4 pm on Saturday, October 30th for a tea party and trunk show!
Here it is, the official info for my show this October in NYC!
Greetings from Mochimochi
a weird world of fun and chaos hand-knitted by Anna Hrachovec
October 7 – 29, 2010
Opening reception: Thursday, October 7, 7-9 p.m. – RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
611 Broadway, Suite 730, NYC
In her first solo show, craft artist Anna Hrachovec stretches the possibilities of knitting as a medium to create an expansive and wacky landscape installation. Crash-landed aliens, rat-infested skyscrapers, giant ants, and everything else that comprises the 8-foot installation is entirely hand-knitted by the artist, who used 200 balls of yarn and more than a million stitches to make it all come to life. And just for fun, the piece includes a working model train – converted into a silly knitted monster, of course!
Some of the elements in the piece are based on designs in Anna’s 2010 book of knitted toy patterns, Knitting Mochimochi.
If you are in the NY area, please join me for the opening on October 7th!
Yarns provided by Cascade
15 thoughts on “Opening October 7: Greetings from Mochimochi”
I was wondering, what are you going to do with your 8 foot town when the show is over? Display it in your living room?
wow, it looks amazing! i wish i could attend. will you go on tour afterwards? if so, please come to san francisco!
Congratulations, Anna! I can’t wait to see the show.
totally too cute!
I read on Loops webpage that you were coming back home sometime in Oct.
are you going to be signing books at Loops and teaching another class?
And those tiny cows are too cute!!!
Good Luck with the show!
Thanks for the supportive comments!
Knittedteacups and Tracey – I would really love to be able to display it somewhere else once the show is over, though pieces might be sold and would have to be replaced. Definitely something I want to look into.
AuntSara- I’m going to do a talk at Loops on November 4th!
Awww bring it to Vancouver BC so I can see….
I want to ride a monster train from Seattle to NYC so I can see the show!!
This looks great, Anna! Love the ad design. I can’t wait to see the show!
That is so cool!! I wish I could come to New York to see it!
It’s so exciting, seeing it all come together. I can’t be in NY but continue to look forward to each post to do with the show.
I’m on vacation that day, so I might have to see if my husband would object to me running to NY on the train.
Ooh, Anna, I love your city so far! The tiny cows are adorable and the mountain is terrific! :) Hope I can see you when you’re in town! Take lots of pictures of the show for me!
You should do a tour down the east coast with the landscape! That would make my life :)
I would love to come- but I would have to get my parents to agree to it -.o
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