Polly Adams Sutton : La Mesa, CA
Asymmetrical Cedar and Cane : Using wire and dyed binder cane over cedar bark spokes, this asymmetrical basket will be twined using 2 X techniques. Initially the spokes will be wide, and then cut narrower to achieve a twisted shape.
Intermediate to advanced weavers can manipulate the shape with this method.
Beginners will learn the nuance of twining with X’s on a symmetrical shape.
ELEMENTALS : WOMEN SCULPTING ANIMISM
NYC Gallery Openings presents this video of the exhibit ELEMENTALS: WOMEN SCULPTING ANIMISM open at Cavin-Morris Gallery through December 13, 2014. #NBObasketartist participants include Dawn Nichols Walden, Polly Adams Sutton and Charissa Brock.
Elementals at Cavin-Morris
ELEMENTAL: Women Sculpting Animism Sculpture by Women Artists, November 1, 2014 – December 13, 2014 at Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY.
Five at The New Textiles
Lanny Bergner, John McQueen, Carol Eckert, Polly Sutton and Elizabeth Whyte Schulze are among the #NBObasketartist participants in an exhibit, The New Textiles, October 10 – November 15, 2014 at Mobilia Gallery. Mobilia has featured 20th and 21st century… Read More
All Things Considered VII
The exhibition coincided with the NBO conference Tradition and Innovation, October 8-13, 2013. A second venue for the exhibition was held at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA, November 23, 2013-February 23, 2014. The show featured benchmarks in… Read More