The sculpture work of contemporary artist Jacqueline Metheny will be featured in Gather, a solo exhibition this fall at 709 Penn Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA. Metheny is one of several artists whose work will be shown as part of Pittsburgh’s month-long Re:NEW Festival, a collaborative effort to represent artists whose work explores themes of creative reuse and sustainability.
Metheny’s sculptures are constructed from salvaged fabric, thread, yarn, and wire. The artist uses a simple crochet stitch to build her forms, which constitute both simple and complex systems that are meant to explore the mass and assemblage of repurposed materials.
Gather: Sculptures by Jacqueline Metheny will run from September 9, 2016, to October 9, 2016, with an opening reception on Friday, September 23, from 5:30 to 9 PM. 709 gallery is located at 709 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222.
This exhibition has been curated by Kat Rooney, Rebecca Owen, and Mara Miller for 511 Projects.
More information about the festival can be found at www.renewfestival.com and www.renewfestival.com/event/works-sculpture-jacqueline-metheny-2/.
More information about 709 Gallery can be found at www.trustarts.org/pct_home/visual-arts/galleries/707-709/.