An asymmetrical stack of shapes positioned several inches off the wall, creating interesting shadows as the light changes. Dyed and printed fabrics are pieced and stitched. Mounted on wood squares that are easy to hang. Could be rearranged in different configurations. Overall size is 34” x 57” and 3” deep. Includes all 3 pieces.

Please email Sally if you have questions: sd14@cornell.edu

“Trying to Fit In” Original 3-D Fiber Art by Sally Dutko

$800.00Price
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  • Paint, splash, tear, dye, wrap, outline, sew, draw, assemble, cut, spray, glue, join, stretch, rip, repeat. Texture and color vie for leading roles in Sally’s art. A passion for surface design inspires her fiber explorations creating fabric collages and mixed-media wall hangings. Her daily tools: brilliant hand-dyed
    cottons and silks, mangled yarns, threads of all colors, twisted and sewn.


    As a Fine Arts graduate of Cooper Union in New York City, Sally worked as a graphic designer and art director in publications at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Using dyed and painted fabrics, her
    work addresses subjects through color, texture, line, pattern and typography. A full-time Floridian since 2015, residing in Fort Myers, Sally finds that the vegetation and wildlife here provide a vast amount of inspiration. She has received many awards, has shown work nationally, and has curated fiber arts exhibits.