Time, Memory and Implications
Works by artist Bonnie Stahlecker
Exhibit runs Oct 29-Jan 3
Opening Reception | Thu, Oct 31 | 5:30-7:30 pm
Exploring themes from memory loss to wanting protection, internationally
acclaimed artist Bonnie Stahlecker has created artwork that has morphed
from the traditional book format. She creates beautifully crafted artist books,
intriguing book-like objects and large wall sculptures, all with a literary theme.
Threads of Life
Works by Ann Luther
Exhibit runs Jan 7–Feb 28
Ann Luther began sewing at a young age and hasn’t stopped since. A professional civil engineer with a degree from Purdue University, Luther was hooked on quilting after taking her first class in 1994. The beautiful fabrics, the textures and colors, the array of threads—all appealed to her creative, adventurous spirit.
Luther’s hand-sewn quilts are spectacular in their detail. The artist is inspired by her wide travels as much as by the fabrics themselves. She weaves threads of varied colors, textures and materials and incorporates beads, always exploring and pushing the possibilities of her craft.