Review of exhibit: Hooked Images

Roslyn Logsdon curator of Hooked Images

Roslyn Logsdon curator of Hooked Images

Recently Roslyn Logsdon coordinated an exhibit of contemporary fiber art by Carol Koerner, Marilyn Bottjer, Roslyn, Susan L. Feller, John Flournoy, and Sarah Province in a gallery at Columbia Art Center, Maryland. The exhibit statement’s overview indicates four of the artists work in fine traditional cuts and two introduce wider wool strips with a variety of fiber techniques. Read the full statement here: Hooked Images Curator’s Statement

Artist’s work was presented in a collage format allowing the viewer to study their personal style, techniques and use of materials then visit the next. With all six in the same space it was also easy to evaluate the full collection.  Each contributed an artist statement and the titles told stories. Enjoy this virtual tour.

Susan L Feller collection

Susan L Feller collection

Susan L Feller Artist Statement 

Carol Koerner collection

Carol Koerner collection

Carol Koerner Artist Statement

John Flournoy collection

John Flournoy collection

John Flournoy Artist Statement

Sarah Province collection

Sarah Province collection

Sarah Province Artist Statement

Marilyn Bottjer collection

Marilyn Bottjer collection

Marilyn Bottjer Artist Statement

Roslyn Logsdon collection

Roslyn Logsdon collection

Roslyn Logsdon Artist Statement

Columbia Art Center serves the community with art classes for young and old. The exposure of contemporary art hanging for six weeks in their galleries encourages innovation in emerging artists. Reach out to regional galleries, museums and art centers with proposals for exhibits of hooked images and educate the public.

 

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About Susan L. Feller

Artist, educator, author, curator
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One Response to Review of exhibit: Hooked Images

  1. Elizabeth Morgan says:

    Such a beautiful exhibit!

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