Lynn Harrigan

Lynn Harrigan - January 2018 - The Calendar Project 2018


Lynn's Calendar Project is continuing into 2020!
Follow her updates as obliquepoet on Instagram
to experience the daily creative process of her visual diary.

Read two in-depth interviews with Lynn
about her original Calendar Project 2015
by Olisa at mr x stitch:

Part One - March 2015
"I remember in early January of this year when her mysterious stitched squares began to appear in my Instagram feed. Each day I saw dark, bare trees embroidered across deeply colored, moody skies. And then suddenly the bright yellow sun burst onto the scene. I felt I was witnessing the moods of the winter itself. And each day a new piece was born."

Part Two - May 2016
"Imagine a daily sketchbook where, instead of paper, ecclesiastical linens are your pages. Instead of drawing with a pencil, you explore surfaces with a rich variety of threads and dyes. Picture what you’d create with these tools if you sat down every single day. Toronto artist Lynn Harrigan doesn’t have to imagine what she would make."

Read an interview with Lynn at the
halfway point of the Calendar Project 2015
by Floresita at Feeling Stitchy:

"I am fascinated by the daily calendar stitching of fiber artist Lynn Harrigan... All year, I have seen the loveliest daily stitches of her calendar as it slowly takes shape - and there is something so beautiful in following along with her daily process."


Fiber Art + Visual Poetry

Crossing by Lynn Harrigan - cotton and silk thread on cotton fabric


Multimedia + Installations

Rain of Fire by Lynn Harrigan & Scott M2 - poetry, fiber and video-painting


Poetry + Performance

Moon Sea Crossing - Black Moss Press 2005Lynn Harrigan reads from Moon Sea Crossing with dreamSTATE


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Lynn is happy to be counted among the talented
artists in The Society of Embroidered Work.