Canadiana is a traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network.

The show opened in January 2015 at the New Zealand Quilt Symposium in Palmerston North, New Zealand. It continued on tour until May 2017.

Participants were asked to explore, in fibre, their sense of place in Canada, considering its history, environment, the people, culture [including food, outdoor activities, music] and its uniqueness.

Artwork from Canadiana

A Chorus in Cathedral Grove
By Pippa Moore

a Fallen Giant
By Judi MacLeod

After the Fire
By Robin Fischer

Air of Elegance
By Terry Aske

Alberta Sunshine - Waiting for the Wind to Blow
By Diane Duncan

Anne of Green Gables
By Thelma Newbury

Canada Lily (Lilium canadense)
By Victoria Gray

Canadian Hats
By Janet Bednarczyk

Forty Percent Chance of Precipitation
By Jaynie Himsl

Four Seasons on the Kettle River
By Diana Bartelings

Greens Point Lighthouse
By Leslie Forbes

Haida First Nations Image
By Maureen Carefoot

In Full Foliage
By Joyce Brown

In the Likeness of a Human - Inukshuk
By Yvonne Bilan-Wallace

Island Time
By Dale MacEwan

By Cathie King

Maple Leaves Forever
By Marianne Parsons

Message from the Ancients
By Vivian Kapusta

Moose Maple Lake Superior
By Susan Selby

Pine Beetle Blues
By Marcy Horswill

Polar Bear Plunge
By Judith Panson

By Donna Polos

By Karen Johnson

Silent Sentinel
By Thelma Newbury

Tallheo Cannery
By Terry Phillips

The House of the Gardener
By Helene Blanchet

The View From Here
By Jenny Perry

Vanishing Prairie Landmarks
By Dianne Firth

Western Red Cedar
By Judy Leslie

Yukon Gold
By Katie Stein Sather

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