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Group exhibition at the Galerie T Room, La Roche Guyon, France, November 2022- February, 2023


Handweavers Guild of America, Small Expressions 2022

Small Expressions is an annual juried exhibition showcasing contemporary small-scale works using fiber techniques in any media. Small in scale but visually compelling, the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.’s (HGA) Small Expressions exhibit features work that speaks to the intricacy of expression, intimacy of design, thoughtful communication, and visual excitement.

“Small Expressions 2022 reflects the vibrant depth and breadth of contemporary textile art. The intimate scale of each work in the exhibit invites close and careful examination by the viewer, who will experience an artist’s intention through a variety of materials and techniques. Fiber is an expressive medium with a rich and complex history, and it is my hope that the pieces selected for this exhibit will inspire contemplation and thoughtful conversation.”

— Cameron Taylor-Brown, Juror, Small Expressions 2022

Couldn’t we have all tried to get along? (Spotted Homoamphibious and Homohirsutae)

Couldn’t we have all tried to get along? (Spotted Homoamphibious and Homohirsutae)


Handweaver’s Guild of America Zoomcast for their weekly show “Textiles and Tea”

October 2021

Handweaver’s Guild of America Tea + Textiles


Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art and Design, Winner



“Lead me into temptation…”

Ex-votos and guardian angels

Solo exhibition at the Galerie T Room, La Roche Guyon, France, July 3- September 20, 2020



Handweavers Guild of America, Small Expressions 2020

The Handweavers Guild of America, Inc. (HGA) announces its 2020 annual juried exhibit of small works:Small ExpressionsFeaturing 29 contemporary small-scale art works by artists from 21 states and 3 countries, Small Expressions toured galleries in the United States from October 2020 through May 2021. The exhibit opened October 5, 2020 at the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery on the Campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska. An additional showing was on display from March 15, 2021 to May 9, 2021 at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming.

The show’s juror was Anastasia Azure who hand-weaves dimensional art, exploring the grace of geometry. She shares her connection with our harmonious universe by creating contemporary wall sculptures and innovative jewelry. Combining metalsmithing with an ancient, Peruvian weaving technique, she uses wire and hand-dyed nylon monofilament on a traditional floor loom. She earned her MFA in Textiles at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 and BFA in Jewelry Metal Arts at the California College of the Arts in 2005. She has been an Artist-in Residence at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and the Appalachian Center for Craft. She travels the globe teaching imaginative textile and jewelry workshops.


American Illustration 39 winner- online archive (2020)

American Illustrators 39 Winner online archive


The Healing Power of Art, internet exhibition- award of excellence (2020)

Mona takes wing in the Bois de Boulogne


Handweavers Guild of America, Small Expressions 2019

Honorable mention

July 2019- June 2020


HGA Small Expressions 2019

Small expressions awards


Fusion Art solo art exhibition, July 2018



Herstory Exhibition, Manhattan Arts International




TAFAlist artist’s profile

Loren Batt profile for TAFA list

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ArtsyShark feature 2016

Artsy Shark website March 2016




Group show at the Galerie Lefors Openo, Paris

2014Expo Lefors Openo, "Toi et Moi", 2014

Deuxieme Salon Biennale Dimentionel, La Societe des Illustrateurs, New York



2nd biennial dimentional salon SOI 2004



Group show at the Galerie Lefors Openo, Paris


Article Gazette de Drouot, June 1996

Article in la Gazette de Drouot, June 1996



Solo show at the Galerie K’Art, Paris

Fall 1995


Article Gazette de Drouot Nov.,1995

Article in La Gazette de Drouot Nov.,1995



Solo show at the Faculty of Arts, San Jose de Costa Rica

Spring 1995

Article La Nacion, March 13, 1995

Article in La Nacion, Costa Rica,   March 13, 1995


Solo exhibition at the Galerie K’Art, Paris

January 1992

Exposition K'Art, Paris 1992

 Artention Magazine #30, Jan 1992

….Not very different from her in process, is the alternative world of Loren Batt at K’Art: the houses are askew and the streets zigzag. It’s strange, but not uninteresting. Acid and disconcerting, because not everything is false, even if everything is caricatured to the extreme.



l’Eventail a tous vents

Exibition at the Louvre des Antiquaires, Spring 1989

Le Monde,10 Mai,1989

Le Monde, May 10,1989