I love quilts. I’ve even made a few in my day. So it’s no surprise I enjoyed the Form & Fiber exhibit now showing at the Southborough Arts Center.
While there is no shortage of quilts at the exhibit, there are also plenty of other types of fiber art, like a collection of intriguing dolls by Nancy Garcelon. And then there’s the sculpture — the “form” portion of Form & Fiber — in materials like pink lace alabaster, Utah tangerine alabaster, and Danby marble.
The show runs through May 3, at the Southborough Arts Center (map). The gallery will be open both days this weekend from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, with a docent available to show you around. You can also stop by Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for a self-guided tour.
A meet-the-artists reception is schedule for May 1. More details as I get them.
Below are some photos I took of the exhibit. Click any thumbnail to enlarge and view as a slideshow.