Size: 29 x 8 x 4 in.

Please contact the gallery for more information on this work.

Cameron Anne Mason came to fiber art through another passion, performance and installation art. She has since become an expert in a multitude of textile processes, from dyeing techniques to surface treatments and intricate stitching. Taking inspiration from her process of ice-dyeing, the sculptures showcased in Mason's The Fabric of Memory pay homage to the disappearing glaciers of Washington state. 

Materials: cottons, silk, rayon/silk velvet, wool yarn, interfacing, cotton, and polyester

Surface design techniques: ice gravity dye, arashi shibori, low-water immersion dyeing.

Currently on display at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art's Northwest School Now exhibition which runs until September 22.

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