Overview of “BLUE” by Jeffrey Burrell Photography
“BLUE,” a 3-month, in-person, invitational solo exhibit, featured the harmonious textile art of Susan Ball Faeder. Curated by the museum’s director, Sabrina Grey Wilson, the exhibit showcased examples of Susan’s art, born out of 50 years study and travel to Japan: quilts, fiber collage, sashiko hand-embroidery, and rag weaving, and her 100 cloth amulets ~ ALL with a specific nod to “Japan Blue,” aka indigo. Susan was the premier fiber artist to be welcomed at the glorious open space of the Milton Art Bank.
Selected Works from “BLUE”
There were 40+ artworks gracing the MAB walls and 100 cloth amulets (from my 2019 “100 day project”) displayed in vitrines that provided an intimate viewing experience. Here is a selection of the works that were on view: