Thought Patterns is a group exhibition featuring artists and craftspersons working in diverse media. The common thread is how these regional artists construct their ideas in patterned and repetitive ways. 

The show includes more traditional forms of fiber art (textiles, quilts and baskets) and expands on the notion of “woven constructions” – combining diverse ideas and materials through drawing, painting, artist’s books, metalsmithing, woodworking, construction, digital prints, and video.  Whether tightly loomed or more loosely arranged, each artist weaves their own personal narrative.

Featured artists include:

Dona Anderson -

Maggie Ball -

Jaq Chartier -

Julia Haack -

Suzanne Hubbard

Louise Kikuchi -

Aaron Levine -

Aaron McKnight -

Joseph Pentheroudakis -

Barbara Robertson -

June Sekiguchi -

Peggy Smith-Venturi

Gail Tremblay -

Nancy Worden -

Irene Yesley -



Check our Meet the Artist schedule for opportunities to engage with the artist.

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