Silence Doesn’t Paint The Depth Of Quiet In That Room
April 12-28 2013
Studio Huddle 97 Niagara St. Toronto www.studiohuddle.com
Opening reception Friday April 12, 6-9pm, artist in attendance
Studio Huddle is pleased to present Kate Jackson’s first solo exhibition of embroidered works.
Silence Doesn’t Paint The Depth Of Quiet In That Room, showcases new works of fragile embroidery.
Jackson has been researching and developing techniques for fragile embroidery, which involves embroidering on materials that are often too weak to withstand embellishment with needle and thread. Using patience as a conceptual theme and a necessity in the work, Jackson embroiders on cheerios, paper towel, flower petals, leaves and more.
For more information on Kate Jackson and her work visit katejacksonart.blogspot.com
The title for this show is taken from Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace by David Rackoff.
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.