The YWCA’s spring art exhibit showcased the fiber art of Kitty Uetz and the paintings of Nora Salazar, showing that when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
Salazar’s work is characterized by her use of rich color and exploration of unexpected proportion and perspective. She is inspired by a small feature on a face, such as the arch of an eyebrow or the space between nose and lip.
Uetz uses dyeing, painting, rusting, color removal and a variety of ancient Japanese Shibori techniques in her capes, tapestries, paintings and mixed media pieces. Her work shimmers and changes with the reflection of energy and light.
Click on a thumbnail below to see photos from the exhibit opening.