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Amanda Valdez, Hog Wild, 2018.  Embroidery and oil stick on mounted paper and canvas.  Collection of Lynda and Nigel Greig.

Online: Amanda Valdez: Piecework


Now on View on Heckscher.org

Amanda Valdez: Piecework

Browse Amanda Valdez's artwork, which explores abstraction and the history of women’s work with fiber. View the exhibition brochure, and read Curator Karli Wurzelbacher's essay on the artist and her Work. Heckscher.org

This exhibition features 20 works of art, including several that are among the artist’s largest and most recent. Valdez pieces together varied materials, forms, and traditions of making to construct complex and beautiful paintings. She assembles her brilliantly colored, textured, and patterned work by cutting, dyeing, painting, sewing, and embroidering cloth and paper. Spanning 2013 to 2019, this exhibition explores the artist’s creation of visceral and allusive abstractions.

Also, join exhibiting artist Amanda Valdez for an Instagram takeover of @heckschermuseum on April 7. She will share exclusive content—discussing her process, materials, and techniques—and answer questions throughout the day! message @heckschermuseum on Instagram. The artist will address as many questions as possible.

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