Impermanence

I am very pleased to be participating in the Game Changers exhibit. Fiber Art Masters and Innovators!
Fuller Craft Museum 455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA 02301 508.588.6000
http://fullercraft.org/

I am very pleased to be participating in the Game Changers exhibit. Fiber Art Masters and Innovators!

Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA 02301
508.588.6000

http://fullercraft.org/

Now on view New York City Map by Ruben Marroquin at The Fuller Craft Museum http://fullercraft.org/

Game Changers: Fiber Art Masters and Innovators

July 5, 2014 - November 23, 2014 

Game Changers: Fiber Art Masters and Innovators are those artists, both past and present, who are recognized for continuously experimenting with traditional techniques and materials as well as developing revolutionary approaches in the realm of fiber art. The exhibition focuses on the energy and breadth of vision that continues to shape the future of fiber art.

Artists featured in the exhibition include: Renie Breskin Adams, Olga de Amaral, Lucy Arai, Anastasia Azure, Linda Behar, Dorothy Gill Barnes, Mary Bero, Lanny Bergner, Nancy Moore Bess, Archie Brennan, John Cardin, Lia Cook, Randall Darwall, Eric & Martin Demaine, Carol Eckert, Catherine Ellis, Arline Fisch, Arline Fisch, John Garrett, Jan Hopkins, Mary Lee Hu, Lissa Hunter, Diane Itter, Michael James, Naomi Kobayashi, Nancy Koenigsberg, Alison Kotin, Gyongy Laky, Maximo Laura, Chunghie Lee, Kari Lonning, Ruben Marroquin, Amanda McCavour, John McQueen, Norma Minkowitz, Debora Muhl, Kait Rhoads, Lesley Richmond, Michael F. Rohde, Ed Rossbach, Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Jane Sauer, Jane Sauer, Cynthia Schira, Warren Seelig, Kay Sekimachi, Carol Shinn, Adrienne Sloane, Pamela Studstill, Polly Adams Sutton, and Dawn Nichols Walden.

Celebrate two remarkable fiber shows with us at a reception Sunday, August 3, 2:00 pm. Meet some of the artists and get a chance to discuss their work.

Pleased to share this article about my art and life written by Ms. Phyllis A. S. Boros.

Images from “Fiber artist loves the old, embraces the new” by Phyllis Boros from the Connecticut Post. May 22nd 2014

Photos by Becca Bryan.

(Source: m.ctpost.com)

"The Leopard" (Restored Version)

Ruben Marroquin

Cotton and Linen Embroidery over frame, wood, 40 oz. bottle.

27” X 27” 12”.

Collection of Michael Olszewski.

Some frames show the result of participants weaving paper strips.

Materials: Bamboo, rope, paper covered with clear plastic tape, cardboard head with yarn cones as eyes.

Installation extends up to 80 Foot.

Ruben Marroquin

Sponsored in part by the D.S.S.D. and the Major’s Neighborhood Arts and Heritage Grant

Special Thanks to Liz Squillace, Margaret Bodell, Carlos Sanchez and Rod Franz for their help planning, assistance in executing and installing this project.

(Source: ctpost.com)

Brian from Bridgeport weaving a paper scroll through the bamboo loom.

"The Dragon Loom" Interactive project for the Bridgeport Arts Fest.

Paper strips cut out of classic art books, current magazines and other publications, recycled paper.

July 12 2014 McLevy Green.

Sponsored in part by the D.S.S.D. and the Major’s Neighborhood Arts and Heritage Grant

Marroquin Ruben Weaving Workshop Logo

Marroquin Ruben Weaving Workshop Logo

Summer Drawing

Summer Drawing