Fiber, individually hand-painted and knotted onto brass rod.
Exhibition history: Root Division, San Francisco, Sept. 2017
Acrylic paint on recycled plastic.
Exhibition history: Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Marin, 2017
Acrylic on wood panel.
Ten small panels, acrylic on wood.
About the artist:
Diane Tate DallasKidd's work addresses the notion of visual and physical weight by means of exploring texture, dimension, scale and space. Inspired by her studies in Japan with 4th generation dyer and shibori master Tsuyoshi Kuno, DallasKidd incorporates the traditional with new, experimental techniques in the construction of her textile sculptures, fiber installations and paintings on wood. DallasKidd recently exhibited at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art and Root Division, San Francisco. She has a forthcoming show at the Curator Gallery in Chelsea, New York this September.
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