Theme: Living in or near a center of power such as Washington DC, can affect a person’s view of the world. Every day seems to be filled with activity on multiple levels, weaving a complex structure of society that can be a challenge to perceive.
How would you express Washington DC and/or the surrounding area in a simplified form?
Present your concept for Simple Lines in fiber. Utilize physical, historic, social, or natural platforms as your vehicle for inspiration.
Simple can be harder than complex:
You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.
But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.
Exhibition run dates: December 14, 2021 through January 11, 2022
Size requirements for artwork:
- 24” wide by 48” high, this is a fixed size, measurement is based on the full extent of the work, not just the part that has been quilted.
- The art submitted may have a physical depth of no greater than 2”
- All art must hang on the wall.
Entry Fee: $20 for up to two entries
Venue: McLean Textile Gallery, McLean, VA
Juror: Martha Ressler