Marks Made Exhibition
Artist Christine Mauersberger will have a solo exhibit of her artwork in the Schweinfurth’s second floor Davis Family Gallery. While she works primarily with textiles and stitching, she also creates screen prints, watercolors, and mixed media pieces.
About the Artist
Christine Mauersberger is an American artist who produces complex mark-making narratives in multiple media: paintings, embroidery, and installation works.
Her work is featured in private and public collections and has been exhibited and published internationally, including The Millennium Court Arts Centre in Ireland and the Biennale du Lin in Quebec, Canada.
She has taught and lectured at numerous locations from throughout the USA and Canada, to Switzerland.
She has been the recipient of numerous fellowships and grants; a Creative Workforce Fellowship in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; a Windgate Craft Artist Fellowship; and the Ohio Arts Council Award of Individual Excellence for a second time. Christine lives and creates in her native Cleveland, Ohio, less than 10 miles away from the Slovak civic club where her parents went dancing every Saturday night when she was growing up.
WHEN: Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays through Sunday, Jan. 9
COST: Admission $10 per person and free for members, participating artists and children 12 and younger
The Citizen feature: https://auburnpub.com/entertainment/at-auburn-gallery-ohio-fiber-artist-continues-transition-from-small-to-large-works/article_5aa1e102-8060-5998-a724-98e23b03862b.html