Stephanie Crossman netting work

Fiber In Form. Three-dimensional work by 25 Maine artists: Elizabeth Berkana, Barbara Burns, Mary Chaisson, Katharine Cobey, Janet Conner, Stephanie Crossman, Judith Daniels, Susan Ferraro, Kathleen Goddu, Cheri Goguen, Emi Ito, Kathy Angel Lee, Richard Lee, Stephanie Levy, Susan Mills, Charlotte Moore, Arlene Morris, Ann Nemrow, Rana O’Connor, Kirsti Sandoy, Pam Slaughter, Elizabeth Stoyko, Michael Stevenson, Jill Snyder Wallace, Melanie West. 

On view September 1–October 30, 2021

No opening planned at this time due to Covid-19 but come visit! You will find felted pods, an indigo book, a Covid statement, photos transferred to muslin, paper towers, shibori scarves, a hooked dreamscape, fishermen’s landscape, sewn florals, netted tuna and other surprises. All welcome. Masks required.

Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Friday, 11-3; Saturdays, 11-2

To view some of our previous exhibitions over the past few years, here's a link to see and read about them.

our building in Topsham

Maine Fiberarts Center and Gallery are closed for drop-ins due to the pandemic uncertainties. Call or email to make an appointment with Christine. We are still working at home or here. Wear your mask and wash your hands and be well.

Affectionately and internally called "Fiber Central" because of the activities and information that find their way into and out of the offices and gallery space, Maine Fiberarts first opened its headquarters at 13 Main Street in Topsham in 2003. This is the place to find out everything you want to know, show or tell about fiber art and farms. 

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work by Kuhn

Conversations: Paintings and Textiles 
On View: September 11–November 2, 2019.

Allegra Kuhn:  “art and design, fiber and handwork, have always had a presence in my life. I’ve experimented with most fiber processes, but tend to be drawn to those that may not be as ‘current’ or fashionable. My interest in traditional rug hooking or hooking with wool grew out of a part time job in the industry.

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during the gallery show

It's Political. An Exhibition of Political Work, July 3–August 31, 2019. Work by 12 Maine artists representing all points of view. Tea bag quilts, artists’ books, recycled sculptural plastic, paper maché, coiled basketry, woven tapestries, hooked Ruth Bader Ginsberg pillows, crocheted tea cups, mixed media embroidery, paper collage, and more.

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hooked rug from Hooked on Spring exhibit

Hooked on Spring, 2019, our show of 35 contemporary hooked rugs. On view April 1-June 15, 2019. Beautiful original work including depictions of Maine landscapes, reflections, cityscapes, cafés with diners, abstract themes, the natural world, and Maine's working world. Inspiring work!

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