Stitched Construct, Curated by Kim Ritter and Grace Zuñiga, is now showing at the Sabine Street Studios at Sawyer Yards in Houston, Texas

Stitched Construct is a Houston invitational fiber exhibition, co-curated by Kim Ritter and Grace Zuñiga. This exhibition will focus on fiber works that celebrate and highlight technique and material.

It features artwork by:  Brenda Schloesser, Ginny Eckley, Hope Wilmarth, Paula Gron, Daniel Garver, Mary Ann Littlejohn, Linda Minton, Susie Monday, Susan Ennis and me.

The exhibit is at Sabine Street Studios. The gallery is free and open to the public Monday - Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM.  It will be open until January 6.

Sawyer Yards is a very cool place.  It is a creative campus spanning 55+ acres of industrial warehouses near downtown Houston, the the First Ward neighborhood.  It is occupied by art studios, galleries, breweries, restaurants and a public art plaza.  The exhibit is at the Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street, Houston.
The exhibit had a "soft" opening during the Biennial Stroll Art Walk at Sawyer Yards.  An opening reception will be held on November 9 from 6pm t…

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