I visited the Toledo Museum of Art (https://www.toledomuseum.org/art/exhibitions/radical-tradition) last week to view the exhibition Radical Tradition: American Quilts and Social Change. The exhibit is open until February 14th and requires a ticket to enter. It is a fantastic show and I highly recommend it–a wide range of expressions; thought provoking, emotional, angry, and pensive. Fabric pieces dating to mid-19th century are collected in this interesting group. My photos are only a selected few works.
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I am an artist and teacher working with fiber, fabric, and mixed media collage. I love providing art instruction for all ages. I also teach Zentangle, a special, meditative drawing technique that focuses the mind and releases creativity. My Certified Zentangle Teacher training (2012) was made possible by a Chris Clark Fellowship award from the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. My mission is to guide others to an artFULL path. View all posts by Jane