Two solo exhibits interpret the spatial potential of the gallery with installation projects. Maui artist Chenta Laury’s work synthesizes natural fibers into forms that relate to growth, adaptation, and transformation, as modeled by plants and as metaphor for her own life and identity. San Francisco artist Holly Wong creates installations of mixed media assemblages harnessing memory, myth, and unexpressed trauma in visual reconstruction.
Patchwork: Incremental, 2021
installation of colored pencil on drafting film
photograph by Wes Magyar
Related Public Event:
Workshop: From Fleece to Felt
Saturday, October 7 from 10 am – 2 pm
Chenta Laury will introduce 2D and 3D techniques in this wet felting workshop, where
participants will experience the magical and chaotic process of transforming light, fluffy
wool into solid fabric forms. Bring your own lunch. Fee: $75 per person, includes materials.
Workshop is now at capacity! For waitlist sign ups contact: email@example.com
Observe & Play Family Day FREE!
Saturday, October 21 from 10 am – 12 pm
This popular event welcomes families to visit the gallery, witness demonstrations of fiber art
processes, and respond to their experience by making art pieces of their own to take home.