Fiber Artist Sarah Haskell’s project, “Well Used, Well Loved,” currently on view

York fiber artist Sarah Haskell project, “Well Used, Well Loved,” is currently on view at  George Marshall Store Gallery.

Sarah will explained how this community based art project came about in a talk last week. It involved forty-six households across the country over a two year period. Participants “adopted” a hand-woven towel and made the commitment to write in a journal in response to prompts given by the artist. Some participants wrote elaborate and insightful entries in the journals, while others wrote their responses on kozo paper, which was then spun into Shifu thread and woven into the large four panel piece measuring six feet high and twelve feet long. “Well Used, Well Loved,” explores age, beauty, impermanence and attachment through the culmination of journal entries and fiber work.

Sarah Haskell is an award-winning artist/educator who has been weaving and teaching for over forty years. Since her graduation from Rhode Island School of Design in 1976, she has traveled as far away as Japan to learn and teach about her love of weaving.

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