COLOR PROMENADE

Textiles by HILDE MORIN

The gallery presents her work in a chronological progression from traditional quilts to current improvisational art quilts in which she represents reality by simplifying or suggesting it through either abstract or primitive designs utilizing a bold color palette.

Art Exhibition previously on in Argentina.
From Wednesday 10 September 2008 to Friday 10 October 2008

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A COLOR PROMENADE
From “traditional with a twist” to contemporary, Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery in Córdoba – Argentina invites viewers on A Color Promenade through a sample of Hilde Morin’s 10 years of quilting art.

The gallery presents her work in a chronological progression from traditional quilts to current improvisational art quilts in which she represents reality by simplifying or suggesting it through either abstract or primitive designs utilizing a bold color palette. The exhibition showcases her technique and design, which includes a first layer of improvised pieced fabric with the addition of a second layer of texture, created with extensive thread work and surface design.

Hilde Morin was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Of Belgian descent, currently resides in Portland, Oregon, USA. After working for 20 years in the corporate world, Hilde embraced her innate ability for color and fiber art and focused on developing these skills. She exhibits at local and international venues including SOFA (Sculptured Objects and Functional Art) Chicago and New York, Museum of the Americas, Florida and CIART (Centro Integral de Arte Textil) in Argentin

Location

Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery
San Jeronimo 448
Cordoba, Argentina
X5000AGJ
Monday to Friday – 4,30/8,30 pm