Work Selected for Lobby Vitrine at Bellevue Arts Museum

Director of Curatorial Affairs Stefano Catalani selected At Mile Markers 7 and 14 for exhibition in the lobby of Bellevue Arts Museum( BAM) from May through October. In partnership with BAM, a lobby vitrine features work by members of Northwest Designer Craftsmen. At Mile Markers 7 and 14 recalls hikes in the rain forests of Alaska.  Branches fall from trees creating small tepees.  Deep mosses grow over these leaving mysterious, dark, internal spaces in which all sorts of things live and grow. Each of the pieces is made with over seven miles of processed silk thread.


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