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Sauber Gallery


Honoring the diverse range of approaches within fiber art and highlighting the rich tapestry of multicultural links, interplay looks toward a future informed by the past, bringing together ideas for fresh reflection, reinterpretation, and deeper understanding.

On view: June 28 – September 5, 2024, Wednesdays through Sundays, 12:00-5:00pm.

Adults: $10
Children: $5
Children under 3 Free
Members Always Free

O’Bleness Gallery

by Rena Wood

June 28 – September 5

On view April 2 – June 16, 2024

“Echoes” is an exhibition of fiber art by artist Rena Wood. Employing vintage textiles and hand embroidery, Wood creates artwork that honors textile histories and past makers. “The time I spend working is marked by each stitch, each knot, and each repetitive act of my hands. The result of my slow and repetitious hand work connects my process to the biological phenomena occurring all the time, gradually growing, multiplying, or deteriorating. I am intrigued by ideas about the visual aspects of how memories might appear in our brain and the changes that occur over time and as memories are lost.”

Over the course of years, each piece has been made, added-to, and re-created to investigate the essential role that memory plays in life. ‘Echoes’ relates to the textiles and patterns, reminding us of people and places that we may have forgotten. It refers to the reimagining of the handwork process, over and over again, to try and find meaning through obsessive making.

Chaddock & Morrow Gallery

Stories are Made, Loop by Loop

Curated by Susan Feller

Artists in this exhibition use rug hooking to document and explore social, emotional, and personal topics.

They use a variety of materials; from traditional wool fabric to recycled plastics; pulling strips through an open weave fabric to create loops, pile, and texture. Rug hooking is steeped in generations of resourceful, creative, and out-spoken makers. These contemporaries work the technique’s simple repetitive motions by hand, one loop at a time. Through this exhibit we invite you to explore the various stories people have to tell and a unique form of storytelling.

Chaddock & Morrow Gallery – Located at The Dairy Barn Arts Center

June 28 through September 5

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