Woven together

Woven together

Country’s top fabric artists star in ‘Textiles Today’ at Arts Center
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The eyes of fallen Canadian soldiers appear to watch John Mahoney as he looks over Vita Plume’s work honoring her countrymen who died in Afghanistan. Plume’s array hangs in a corner at the Durango Arts Center for the “Textiles Today” show, which features fabric art from around the country.
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The colorful “Endsman,” by Mark Newport of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., greets visitors at the entrance to “Textiles Today” at the Durango Arts Center.
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“I like it. It has simplicity, symmetry, randomness and uniformity,” said Phil Settles of Rowland Ricketts’ “Untitled (After TE-ITA)” at the Durango Arts Center.
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Fort Collins artist Carol Shinn is exhibiting at both ends of her home state: “Piñon at Sunset” is part of “Textiles Today” at the Durango Arts Center and Shinn also has her work on display in “Sleight of Hand” at the Denver Art Museum.
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“Constriction and Release” is an intriguing three-dimensional creation by Lisa Klakulak of Asheville, N.C.
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“Textiles Today: Redefining the Medium,” curated by Ilze Aviks, through June 2 at the Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Barbara Conrad Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 259-2606 or...

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