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Robin Mallory’s abstract textile art is driven by a lifelong interest in the dyeing and stitching of fabric. After earning a degree in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington, Mallory continued to expand her process and the range of materials she works with to execute her compositions. In her recent work, she is inspired by the natural world and the juxtaposition between various manmade materials - especially the relationship between fabric and dye. Mallory’s work contrasts delicate cotton with hard geometric shapes, and bright colors with muted tones. Each piece is hand dyed and stitched, and many are presented as illuminated light-boxes. Mallory continues to explore the relationship between fabric, light and dye in all three dimensions at her studio on Vashon Island.

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