ENFOLDED: Dialogues of Vision and Voice at the Evansville Museum will feature the tapestries and photographs of Dobree Adams intertwined with poems by Jonathan Greene.
The work will be on display from September 22 – November 24, 2013.
Weaver/photographer Dobree Adams and poet/publisher/book designer Jonathan Greene live on a Kentucky River farm north of Frankfort. They have forged a unique multi-faceted collaboration of vision and voice from their separate worlds, their life together, their travels, and their common interests.
Dobree Adams, long recognized as one of Kentucky’s finest contemporary fiber artists, has been featured in Mid-States Craft Exhibitions. Her one-of-a-kind tapestries are handwoven from her handspun yarns from the fleeces of Lincoln Longwool sheep. These yarns are in the natural colors of the sheep or dyed in the skein with a Japanese brush.
Also an accomplished photographer, she is a co-founder of the Kentucky Women Photographers Network.
Jonathan Greene, author of over 30 books, is the publisher of Gnomon Press, a small press specializing in literature and photography. He is also know for his prize-winning book design.
Both artists have received Kentucky Individual Artist Fellowships from the Kentucky Arts Council.
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