Uncommon Threads is a juried exhibition of contemporary fiber arts, showcasing a wide range of styles and subject matter. Visit the gallery to view the work. Regular gallery hours are noon-5 pm, Wednesday-Sunday.
Cathryn Amidei, Jill Ault, Deborah Baker, Patricia Beard, Sarah Bearup-Neal, Marjie Benson, Boisali Biswas, Deborah Brown-Cage, Feather Chiavarini, Sam Dienst, Sherry Erskine, Raquel Esquives, Took Gallagher, Janet Hamrick, Lisa Hermesmeyer, Dorothy Jett-Carter, Kaylie Kaitschuck, Anna Kocherovsky, Hiroko Lancour, Stephany Latham, Kirsten Lund, Heather Macali, C. Pazia Mannella, Elise Martin, Nancy McRay, Mindy Mitchell, Ardele Monkkonen, Meredith Morrison, Jan Moskowitz, Jerome Patryjak, Kayla Powers, Monica Prince, Amelia Rennell, Dolores Slowinski, Rebecca Smith, Ruth Warnock, Carol Williams
Jeremy Noonan is Associate Professor/Head of Fiber and Textiles at the College of Creative Studies. MFA, Cranbrook Academy of Art, BFA, CCS. He is an artist and textile designer with creative interests that serves to straddle both disciplines. He is inspired by the philosophies rooted in Arts and Crafts, Modernism, and Folk Art. Noonan started his textile design career in 2000 and has held creative design positions at leading manufacturing and retail companies. In 2008 he started Noonan Studio, LLC. an incubator to explore pattern, color, and materials for a variety of surface applications. Client projects include commercial upholstery, architectural glass, area rugs, and home fashion. His art and design works can be found in both print and web publications: Hospitality Design, Interior Design, Metropolis, Glass Magazine, Surface Design Journal, Hyperallergic.
Image: Dorothy Jett-Carter, Walk With Me, Dyed silk burlap, gemstones, silver and gold beads, silk embroidery, 19 in x 25 in, 2020