Paint Pattern Print Texture: Exploring the Blurred Lines between Textile and Paint
Dedee Shattuck Gallery is pleased to present Paint Pattern Print Texture: Exploring the Blurred Lines between Textile and Paint, an exhibition of five artists examining the shared language of painting and textile work. The exhibit began on June 4th and runs through June 29th.
Daphne Taylor uses fabric and thread to create meditative quilt drawings that embody her unique artistic expression and harmony. The stitching ranges from the intrigue of loose gestural drawings to the focus of geometric paintings. This exhibition includes whole cloth and pieced quilts as well as a group of small embroidered drawings. Taylor’s work is elegant, quiet, and introspective.
…These five artists are not concerned with the traditional definitions of “painting” and “textile art” but see extraordinary opportunities in the boundaries between them, boldly creating works that can’t be fully classified by either term.