"Piecing Together a Changing Planet"
The National Fiber Arts Exhibit
"Piecing Together a Changing Planet" will be on exhibit at the Sequim Civic Center, located at 152 West Cedar Street,
May 19 - June 30, 2017.
Wings of Fire by Melani K. Brewer
The juried show of 26 art quilts was created by artists in Florida as a way to highlight a few of the many ways that America's 401 National Parks are being impacted by climate change, water pollution, air pollution and other human-caused phenomena.
Arctic Ozone Hole by Jayne B. Gaskins
The exhibit has been touring the country since December 14. Sequim is the only stop in the Pacific Northwest for the national exhibit and the last stop on the tour.
Detail of Pink Ladies by Melani K. Brewer
Show curator Maya Schonenberger said, "the artists' goal is to help open people's eyes to the beauty of nature that surrounds them, and share their concern for its loss."
The exhibit is sponsored by the City Arts Advisory Commission in partnership with the Olympic National Park.