Studio & presents ‘Accumulation’

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Studio & presents ‘Accumulation’

New textile-art show opening Friday
Durango artist Minna Jain sets up her show at Studio & on Wednesday that includes nuno felting by her mom, Anita Jain, who is also a textile artist.
“For Dad, In Spite of our Fears,” by Arista Slater-Sandoval, is a repaired quilt with 167 handmade cyanotype squares that is part of the new show “Accumulation: An Examination of Process Through Textiles” opening at Studio &.
Artist Ilze Aviks hand-painted and hand-stitched on cotton and linen for her series “PAY ATTENTION,” which will be shown in the new show at Studio &.
“Flow,” by artist Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik, is made of repurposed silk that has been hand-dyed and stitched.

Studio & presents ‘Accumulation’

Durango artist Minna Jain sets up her show at Studio & on Wednesday that includes nuno felting by her mom, Anita Jain, who is also a textile artist.
“For Dad, In Spite of our Fears,” by Arista Slater-Sandoval, is a repaired quilt with 167 handmade cyanotype squares that is part of the new show “Accumulation: An Examination of Process Through Textiles” opening at Studio &.
Artist Ilze Aviks hand-painted and hand-stitched on cotton and linen for her series “PAY ATTENTION,” which will be shown in the new show at Studio &.
“Flow,” by artist Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik, is made of repurposed silk that has been hand-dyed and stitched.
If you go

There will be an opening reception for the new show “Accumulation: An Examination of Process Through Textiles” from 5-9 p.m. Friday at Studio &, 1027 Main Ave.
The show features the works of Ilze Aviks, Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik, Anita Jain, Minna Jain and Arista Slater-Sandoval.
The exhibit will run through June 19.

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