“Brethren- Fiber Art Stories of Downtrodden Fellow Tribes” by Jennifer Kim Sohn

November 9-25, 2018

Gallery Opening:   Friday, November 9th at 5pm   (Artist Talk @ 6:00pm)

The Sonoma Community Center will host Bay area Fiber Artist, Jennifer Kim Sohn with “Brethren – Fiber Art Stories of Downtrodden Fellow Tribes” in the Center’s Gallery 212 from November 9-25.  The Gallery Opening Reception is scheduled for 5:00pm on Friday, November 9.  This free event open to the entire community, will include the Sonoma Community Center’s Artist Talk at 6pm where guests will have the opportunity to hear from Jennifer Kim Sohn themselves about her inspiration, body of work, and her process as well as have the chance to ask any questions they would like.  

The exhibit is provided along with the workshop opportunity “Composition Through Felting,” where students will explore with alongside Jennifer Kim Sohn composition, color, texture, and abstraction in wet felting design.  This workshop will take place Wednesday and Thursday, November 14 & 15, 12:30 – 3:30pm.

Jennifer Kim Sohn has exhibited her work widely in New York, Maryland, and California. Her work for Biodiversity/Extinction through the Art & Science Collaborations showed in the New York Hall of Science, The Pennington School, and in online exhibits for the Queens Chronicle and the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation. Juxtaposing “domestic” techniques such as embroidery and paper felting against challenging issues of our time, her goal is to provide a quiet, unhurried space for reflection on and digestion of these pressing issues. Jennifer studied design and received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and her MFA from Stanford University. Her fiber work began after taking classes with Carol Beadle. She is a resident artist at Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento.  For more information, visit jenniferkimsohn.com.