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Installation Art

Installation art begins with an empty space and the artist’s voice is heard through the elements of the design. The viewer becomes a participant and their imagination leads them through their own realities as they view the installation.

Woman’s Hands Woman’s Work

Womans Hands Womans Work- An exhibition curated by Judy Saye-Willis that showcases the needlework done by our grandmothers and the contemporary work of 17 artists and artisans.  Generations ago, work done with needles, thread, and fiber was considered to be woman’s work and was done with woman’s hands.It was domestic duties with artistic expression, ordinary tasks done with meticulous craftsmanship. Today that work is often found in galleries.

Where Are the Children

… is an installation art exhibit that is meant to cause the viewer to ponder and possibly answer the question…Where are the Children? Yesterday and today’s unwanted children and also those children whose memories still linger in the hearts of those that loved them.

From Garden to Gallery

This exhibition was at the Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault MN in spring 2017. It resulted from extensive research and the development of methods for using natural dyes on fiber and creating 2D work for exhibition purposes.


… An installation art exhibit that tells a visual story about a potter’s journey in developing carbon trapped shino work.