"Sloane uses mediums of comfort and bonding to
investigate American fissures-and it's profoundly disquieting.
Her cultural commentary is razor sharp"
Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe
CURRENTLY through May 27.
PEG Gallery, Center for Arts & Activism Newburyport, MA
March 10, 2023—May 27th, 2023
Featuring new work, Through These Eyes offers a diverse look at the ways patriotism is experienced and expressed in America. There will be a series of artist talks, workshops, and other special events throughout the exhibition's run.
Through September 2023:
Stitching Stories: Textiles in Conversation, Lexington Historical Society, MA September 23, 2022 through September 4th, 2023.
The exhibition is part of a new initiative, Contemporary Meets Colonial, which marks the first time the Society is integrating contemporary art into the period rooms of Buckman Tavern.
Pictured above: detail of A House Divided
Featuring the work of the Surface Design Association – New England Region. 100 honors the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Museum. The exhibition explores art and cultural movements, the process of aging, long-standing societal concerns, and manners of marking the passage of time.
Above: Detail of Eyes on the Lies from Games People Play, a tryptich.
FI'22 Artist interview here.
Also check out artist profile in ArtMorbida the European Textile Arts Magazine.
After a final showing, followed by a year of quarantine at the Massachusetts State House, The Unraveling came home in April, 2021. It remains as it was at its final showing.
Links to some public unravelings below.
January 21, 2018 Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA
November 1, 2019 Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
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