1628 Art Exhibit: Virtual Tour of Cocoon: Fibers of Home
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Cocoon: Fibers of Home
We have now put our Spring 2021 exhibition, Cocoon, online as a virtual tour!
Click HERE to experience the exhibition.
About the exhibition:
Artists gain inspiration from many different avenues, one of the most predominant being their surroundings. In a time where most of us are spending more time than ever at home, it is only natural for inspiration to be drawn from the domestic surroundings of our living spaces.
Home is a place of comfort, and it is arguably your most personal space. This show is focused on honoring those personal spaces and showcasing individual vulnerability through fiber art.
Cocoon: Fibers of Home features twelve regional or national artists; Annabel Biernat, Darden Bradshaw, Denise Burge, Casey Dressell, Katherine Gibson, Heather Jones, Genevieve Lavalle, Maggie Myers, Eden Quispe, Ann Rebele, Kate Spencer, Emily Van Walleghen.
Click HERE to view the exhibition virtually.
Art in the exhibition:
- Beach House by Denise Burge
- Casta Painting by Eden Quispe
- On Change and Permanence by Eden Quispe
- Southern Living by Ann Rebele
- Annabelle’s Rose Garden by Ann Rebele
- Self Portrait by Annabel Biernat
- No Comfort Here by Katherine Gibson and Emily Van Walleghen
- Resection by Katherine Gibson
- Quarantine Bloom by Genevieve Lavalle
- Unwearable Cloak by Katherine Gibson
- soma/excursus by Emily Van Walleghen
- etiquette/subterfuge by Emily Van Walleghen
- All dressed up and nowhere to go: Toilette de Venus by Genevieve Lavalle
- Throw Pillow (Sauer House) by Annabel Biernat
- Happy Neighborhood by Kate Spencer
- Pressed by Denise Burge
- Lion’s Paw by Casey Dressell
- Aliens and Demons by Eden Quispe
- U are destruction by Maggie Myers
- Dancing in the Deepest Oceans by Heather Jones
- In the Rain We See Their Tears by Heather Jones
- That week we all made sourdough by Genevieve Lavalle
- Psalm 19: 1-4 by R. Darden Bradshaw
- Realize by Maggie Myers
- Not My Problem by Katherine Gibson and Emily Van Walleghen
- Seed I by Casey Dressell
- Seed II by Casey Dressell
For additional exhibition information or to purchase a work of art, please contact: Kacie Finnegan, 1628 Art Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Thanks to Cinci360 for capturing the space and allowing 1628 the opportunity to share this exhibition with those not able to visit in person.
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