Item # 155814.
Catalogue from the 2016 exhibition at the the Craft & Folk Art Museum (now the Craft Contemporary Museum) presents a career survey of pioneering fiber artist Kay Sekimachi. The Bay area artist is credited with developing groundbreaking techniques in sculptural weaving, as well as using unconventional materials such as nylon monofilament and hornet nests. Curated in collaboration with the artist, the 55 works in the exhibition were drawn from the collection of Forrest L. Merrill, who has been collecting Sekimachi's work for four decades.
Paper: 45 pp.