Elizabeth G. Kuhn

Crowded Out, 2001

Double-weave pick-up with discontinuous weft and embroidery

40" x 47"

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Everywhere humans are cutting down trees, filling in wetlands, and clearing out brush to make room for big new houses and shopping malls.  By doing this, we are destroying the habitat of the other creatures with whom we share this planet.  We are also altering the delicate balance of nature in ways we are just beginning to comprehend.  It is up to us to act wisely to try to preserve our beautiful earth both for us, and for all species.

Exhibitions of Crowded Out
  • Vocal Threads, Ginko Gallery, Oberlin, Ohio,  2001 (Invitational)
  • Materials: Hard & Soft, Meadows Gallery, Denton, Texas, 2002 (Juror's Award)
  • Fiber Celebration 2002, The Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2002
  • Focus Fiber, The Beck Center for the Arts, Lakewood, Ohio, 2002
  • Layers of Meaning: The Evolution of Pick-Up Double Weave, Flaten Gallery, St Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, 2003
  • FIBERARTS Design Book 7, 2004 (Juried Selection)
  • 3rd Cleveland Biennial Juried Exhibition, Art Gallery, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, 2005