Monday, December 7, 2009

Barb Corrigan’s “Fragments” at the Carnegie Center for Art & History (New Albany, IN)

Barb Corrigan of South Glastonbury, CT is one of 31 featured artists in the Form, not Function exhibition.    Her art quilt “Fragments” was done with a silk screening technique she learned in a class by Rayna Gillman this past April.

barbcorrigan fragmentscroppedFor the seventh year, the Carnegie Center for Art & History is pleased to present Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie, an exhibition exploring the world of contemporary art quilts. This juried exhibit draws works of art by artists across the United States and celebrates innovation and creative thought in the increasingly popular medium of art quilts.

(Image: Fragments by Barb Corrigan)

The Form, not Function exhibition runs from January 8th – March 6th 2010.

For more information, visit the Carnegie Center for Art & History website

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