Claire B Jones, Interlinked 11, 2016. Free-motion embroidered on cotton canvas with thread, 14 x 11 x 10 inches. Photo: Bret Corrington.

Blog Post Tag: Exhibition

“Failure Exposed” by Claire B. Jones

November 18, 2022 5:00 am

My solo show, A Perception of Failure is currently on display at Mobius Gallery in Bothell, Washington. This is the 4th time I have displayed this work in a particularly critical light. The exhibition would have occurred in 2020 but the pandemic forced me to wait 2 years to be this vulnerable once again. When …

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“The Natural Love of Humans & Nature” by Seongeun Lee

October 14, 2022 5:00 am

My work reflects on the relationship between human existence and coexistence within nature, which is a mutualistic relationship with mankind. Humans and nature are indispensable and during this era of Covid-19, space and artwork about how we return to nature are being practiced and actively created. My work combines and materializes the connection between humans …

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Fiber, Fiber Everywhere: Thread Paper Cloth by Mirka Knaster 

September 30, 2022 5:00 am

What does it mean to call oneself a fiber artist? When I transitioned to that title, after years of being a textile artist, I didn’t know how relatively recent the term “fiber art” was coined—the 1950s. It’s not that fiber art didn’t exist before then, but pieces that were made through weaving, knitting, crocheting, quilting, …

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Inaugural SDA Southwest Regional Exhibition

September 16, 2022 5:00 am

The Southwest region of the United States stretches across an expansive landscape that ranges from a variety of soaring monoliths of red sandstone pinnacles to lush snow capped mountains. The high desert plateau repetitively cracks open to reveal cavernous canyons and hidden spring-fed creeks. The overwhelmingly gorgeous scenery combines with the powerful presence of indigenous …

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“Tucked-In: Resilience in Small Moments” by Elizabeth Fram

August 26, 2022 5:00 am

It’s no surprise that responses to Covid-19 have been as numerous and diverse as we are individual. Interestingly, many artists I’ve spoken to have found a silver lining in the hours and days of uninterrupted solitude the pandemic gave them to work. I count myself among that fortunate contingent. More than 15 months ago, SDA …

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“Beyond Boundaries” by Francisca Henneman

June 24, 2022 5:00 am

Textile Art in The UK and Europe As a member of SDA, I was astonished to encounter the richness and beauty of work by my fellow members included in Beyond Boundaries. The exhibition showcased a diversity of textiles—ranging from quilts to  batik, shibori and weaving, mixed media and more, all on display at Galerie Zône …

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“Stitched Stories” by Tilleke Schwarz

April 8, 2022 5:00 am

Welcome to my exhibition, Stitched Stories, in the south of The Netherlands! I know it’s not really next door for most of you, but it is a great opportunity to see an overview of my work in a beautiful gallery. The show will be up until April 18, 2022 at High Five Art (Baarle-Nassau, The …

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On Display: “BIG BODY PLAY” by April Dauscha

August 13, 2021 5:00 am

Originally I planned to curate this exhibition, BIG BODY PLAY  for the summer of 2020, but we all know how that story ends. Instead, the show came together this summer, just in time for a much needed summer respite. What better timing could we need – it’s the summer of freedom and fun – traveling, …

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Vickie Pierre: “Be My Herald of What’s to Come”

June 23, 2021 5:00 am

Like the town crier in a fractured fairy tale, “Be My Herald of What’s to Come” rings in Vickie Pierre’s premiere solo museum show at the Boca Raton Museum of Art (Florida, US). Grounded in the Arts and Crafts movement, her installations have a storybook feel. A fractured fairy tale is, after all, a new …

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“Operation Varsity Blues” at Allouche Gallery

June 16, 2021 5:00 am

Allouche Gallery (New York, NY) presents “Operation Varsity Blues,” a group exhibition exploring the structural inequities of the American higher education system through the lens of the recent high-profile college admissions scandal. The exhibition features new, commissioned works by thirteen artists—Lindsay Adams, Debra Cartwright, Kevin Claiborne, Malaika Temba, Lindsey Brittain Collins, Alteronce Gumby, Lanise Howard, …

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