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Ree will be at the Schack Art Center in Everett the evening of June 20, 2024 for the opening reception of NWCraft24, where her work will be featured through August 2024.

NWCraft24 is a survey of contemporary and traditional craft in America, created by members of Northwest Designer Craftartists and invited guest artists. The exhibition celebrates excellence in craft and design, comparing and contrasting current and continuing trends in craftmaking.

For more information, visit the Schack Art Center's website.

Thinking Made Visible is a special exhibition exploring the human instinct to express thought through line, form, and color. It runs through January 5, 2025 at the University of Alaska Museum of the North in Fairbanks.

Ree contributed a sketch and several accompanying items, described and shown below.

Ree says: "This is an unbelievably comprehensive show with sketches done by artists working in a very broad range of disciplines. I am honored to have been included with a pencil sketch, and a sample of fabric which used the sketch to create it. I used that fabric to embellish a Coptic book, which the curators purchased to be the guest sign-book for the exhibit. They also included a small sketch created with my sewing machine."

Fiber artist Ree Nancarrow and sculptor Margo Klass exhibit together at Bunnell Street Arts Center for the month of May.

Ree says about the exhibit: “This body of work draws inspiration from changes I have seen take place over many years living in Alaska. Many of them are visible and accelerated due to global warming, which deeply concerns me. I have been actively involved with the In Time of Change program for the past 12 years, studying with scientists to understand their research and what it means for our natural world. I strive to convey, in a very personal way, what I have come to know.”

Thirteen of Ree's quilts are at the exhibit, including the two shown below: High Mountain Storm and Dwarf Birch, Light.

High Mountain Storm

Dwarf Birch, Light

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