Sew What? Textile Art Exhibit

So, in true fashion, The Sister and I always seem to catch exhibits on the very last day, and the Sew What? Textile Art Exhibit hosted by The Hattiesburg Arts Council was not exception.  We made it there with forty-five minutes to spare.  However, it was plenty of time to see and fully appreciate the exhibit, luckily enough.

 

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Exhibit title on interior wall

The exhibit touted works from The Pine Belt Quilters, which was founded in 1984.  “These dedicated quilters, some 150 strong, meet monthly and hold biennial Fiber Art and Quilt show.” – as lifted from the HAC email.

There were also a few African Story Quilts from Atlanta resident, Janice Hunter.  “As a professional fabric artist, Janice Hunter has been sewing since childhood. In recent years, however, her work has evolved from traditional bed covers to art quilts which have been exhibited in many different venues.” – also lifted from the HAC email.

So, let’s get to it.  I didn’t take pictures of every piece, but it’s nearly everything that awas there.  Lots of phenomenal work under the cut.  Also, I snapped a few of the building since the HAC is now housed in our former library.

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