Weather Wear

March 1, 2023 1:05 pm

Mary McFerran “Weather Wear” Exhibition Dates: April 8- May 6, 2023 Location: BAU Gallery, 506 Main St, Beacon, NY, 12508, For her debut solo exhibition at BAU Gallery, Weather Wear, Mary McFerran addresses the global crisis of climate change in a personal way, with a series of mixed-media works. Combining her love of sewing …

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The Pursuit of Imperfection

February 27, 2023 9:20 am

“The Pursuit of Imperfection” is a two-person exhibit that embraces the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi and challenges our ideas about perfection. Works include pine needle and copper basketry and 2-D and 3-D pieces created with textiles, handmade paper, stitching, and other materials….

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Weaving Data

February 14, 2023 2:08 pm

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU is pleased to present “Weaving Data,” featuring the work of Faig Ahmed, April Bey, Jovencio de la Paz, Ahree Lee, Kayla Mattes, Shelley Socolofsky, Joan Truckenbrod, Vo Vo, and Sarah Wertzberger. Weaving is inseparable from the development of computing and software. Tracing the origins of contemporary computing …

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Through The Eye of the Needle

February 6, 2023 10:31 am

Cultural Diversity Embedded In The Warp & Woof of the Artists’ Works Sewing, weaving, braiding, knotting… In this exhibition the enormity and disparateness of culture is integrated into the warp and woof of the artists diverse creations. Using stitchery, macramé, weaving, integrating shards of pottery, found objects and recyclables, bottle caps and shells of the …

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Soft Associations

January 22, 2023 12:49 pm

Fiber artists Meredith Grimsley and Paula Swett have curated this special fiber art exhibition, Soft Associations. Artists in this show explore the meaning of soft associations: defined as the moment of awe in our relationship with nature – the moments that take our breath away. Soft Associations will be on display in the Olewine Gallery …

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Under Water Exhibition

January 19, 2023 10:17 am

“Under Water” explores the rich undercurrents in the water around us. Artists address diverse topics around water—what is in our water, how much we consume, how climate change has impacted water, how humans have sought to control water sources and to what effect, and the symbolic role of water in moving people literally and metaphorically. …

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Fibers of Nature

January 14, 2023 6:26 pm

The Floyd Center for the Arts is hosting a national juried exhibition, Fibers of Nature. As two different substances that constantly appear in every-day life, both wood and fiber can be transformed from raw material into a multiplicity of functional pieces or fine art. The fibers of nature appear in many forms, including all forms …

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Sympoeisis: Making With

December 31, 2022 6:04 pm

The Southern California Fibershed is hosting our first exhibition, exploring how one of humanity’s oldest craft and industrial forms­––the making of clothing––has shaped our relationship to the land, our bodies, and each other. For thousands of years, people have transformed animal- and plant-based fiber to craft garments that clothed and protected their bodies, offered decoration, …

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