Craft in America is hosting Fiber Art Now’s juried exhibition of fiber-based artworks from around the country. Jurors Beth Mclaughlin (Head Curator, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts), Perry Price (Executive Director, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft), and Carol Sauvion (Creator, Executive Producer and Director of Craft in America) selected over 15 works from five categories:
Two-dimensional works, including quilts, tapestries, weavings, carpets, or works in any other fiber-related medium or technique that are intended for wall or floor display)
Three-dimensional works in fiber.
Functional work and sculptural expressions of the vessel form.
Three-dimensional work created as an environment.
Body adornments, including wearable art clothing, accessories and jewelry.
On view through July 6, 2019. Opening reception on May 11 at 4pm (coinciding with the Karyl Sisson exhibition).
More information here.