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    Drawing in Thread: Contemporary Embroidery

    Presented by at The Gallery at Mount Ida College

    March 30 - May 2, 2010


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    Drawing in Thread: Contemporary Embroidery

    This exciting exhibition includes the work of 19 contemporary artists who push the boundaries of the traditional meaning of embroidery. Traditional and non-traditional techniques of embroidery are used to explore historical, political, personal and humorous iconographies. Works include a bounty of color and line as found in drawn landscapes, Miro like paintings and wall and floor installations held together in space by thread. These artists...

    This exciting exhibition includes the work of 19 contemporary artists who push the boundaries of the traditional meaning of embroidery. Traditional and non-traditional techniques of embroidery are used to explore historical, political, personal and humorous iconographies. Works include a bounty of color and line as found in drawn landscapes, Miro like paintings and wall and floor installations held together in space by thread. These artists offer an exciting new vision of embroidery. Curated by John Tricomi and Kathleen Driscoll. Participating artists include: Annie Aaube, Bren Ahearn, Deborah Slabeck Baker, Emily Barletta, Corrine Bayraktaroglu, Adrea Dezso, Katy Helman, Takashi Iwasaki, Anna Keck, Joetta Maue, Michael Aaron McAllister, Elaine McBride, Chris Niver, Mariyln Pappas, Marjorie Puryear, Shannon Rankin, Richard Saja, Jodi Stevens, and John Tricomi.


    The Gallery at Mount Ida College

    777 Dedham St.
    Newton, MA 02459

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    FREE


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    The Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday, 1 pm - 5:00 pm.



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