MOUNT DESERT — Fiber, and the many art forms it takes, is the focus of an exhibit through April at the Northeast Harbor Library.
Judith Blank, an artist and the library’s adult programing and circulation librarian, has organized the show that showcases 10 Hancock County artists. Each demonstrates a different way of manipulating fiber. The featured artists are Shira Singer of Bar Harbor, dyeing and stitching; Jeanne Seronde Perkins of Mount Desert, fiber and paper collages; Kathe McDonald of Southwest Harbor, art quilting; Laney Lloyd of Bar Harbor, multi-harness weaving; Melita Westerlund of Bar Harbor, sculpture; Judith Burger-Gossart of Bar Harbor, hooking; Kate Russell Henry of Southwest Harbor, spinning, crochet and weaving; Leanne Nickon of Bass Harbor, stitching; and Barbara Andrus of Swan’s Island, knitting.
Library hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.
For more info, call 276-3333, email [email protected] and visit nehlibrary.org.