A survey of work by artists pushing the boundaries of traditional textile techniques into innovative, hybridized forms, affording viewers a chance to explore myriad ways in which fiber can be exploited for its vast emotional and symbolic potential.
A forest canopy of images and text, made from 365 hand-dyed, hand-printed, and hand-woven hand towels, creates a feeling of deep woods.
Photographs from Basin Farm, a Twelve Tribes community in Bellows Falls, Vermont, whose members live simply and devote themselves to their Messiah and master, Yahshua.
Ceramics by Naomi Lindenfeld inspired by and exhibited alongside textiles by her mother, Lore Kadden Lindenfeld, a second generation Bauhaus artist who studied at Black Mountain College.
For the last several years I have explored a new approach to creating fully dimensional sculptural works. This approach is distinctly different from my relief works of the previous 20… read more
Intimate photographs and animated audio interviews with the Ladies of the Rainbow Lounge, a drag troupe who performed in Dummerston from 1998 to 2005.
Tapestries created by current and former students of the Ramses Wissa Wassef Art Centre near Giza, Egypt, a unique experiment in weaving and creative education.
Donald Saaf’s recent paintings weave aspects of daily life in New England into 21st century tales of an “every-person” as he or she navigates the world.
Alisa Dworsky’s seventy-foot-long textile installation made of polyester ribbon connected to façade of the museum explores how unique forms and rhythms derive from simple actions.