Art Opening with Maryanne Quinn at Messinger Gallery

Maryanne Quinn is a Boulder-based textile artist whose hand-felted paintings exploit a sense of childhood wonder. Bringing textile to life through bold colors and pattern, Quinn builds imagined landscapes and expressive compositions from layers of naturally-dyed Merino wool cut, shaped, and then laboriously felted. Using her hands, she manipulates and massages the fibers, fusing the individual layers into tight units of her own musing.

Join us as we welcome Maryanne Quinn to the Messinger Gallery
Thursday, December 5 | Free
5:30 pm reception
6:30 pm conversation with the artist
Featuring music by Ethan Mindlin Jones, Flatiron Tribe Assistant Director
Register Here or call us at 303-998-1900 to register

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