Do Palma, Jan R Carson and Georgia Rowswell, each work in fiber but each have a very different take on the medium. Do Palma grew up in Venezuela which explains her love of Latin colors, rhythms, folklore, and religious imagery. She also took part in the civil rights and anit-war movements of the 60's, giving her a deep sense of social and political responsibility that shows up in her work from time to time. Jan maintains a studio at Artworks Loveland, a collective work and gallery space for professional artists. She has had a life-long curiosity about how things grow, function and interact in nature. Jan's textile art is made from silk that is sliced and seamed in repetitive turns, creating arbitrary placement of color and shapes. Georgia's work is inspired by the landscape and geology of the West. She uses discarded clothing and household textiles to create her artwork.
Fiber 3 opens Sept 13th from 5-8pm with an artists reception during the Cheyenne Artwalk and runs till Oct 6th.
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