Friday, Dec 18, 2020 at 11:00am
The visual and metaphorical links between textiles and human beings are fertile ground for the narrative quilts of Carolyn Mazloomi (Cincinnati, OH). Considering that every person has a “cradle to grave” relationship with textiles, she recognizes how quilts articulate a powerful language of familiarity through which they may speak to and about our experience as human beings.
Paying tribute to vulnerable people (the disenfranchised, dispossessed, and outsiders) and the injustice and harsh realities of the daily lives of those in need, inspires her to create artwork depicting their circumstances.
Location: West Gallery.
Admission is free. Donations are welcome. No reservations are required.
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