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Marilyn Moore’s wire and mixed media work called “Confetti” is featured in MUSEO’s fiber exhibit for May. - Photo courtesy of Sandra Hart Logan
Marilyn Moore’s wire and mixed media work called “Confetti” is featured in MUSEO’s fiber exhibit for May.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Sandra Hart Logan

For the month of May, MUSEO will feature fiber artists from across the county in the show “I Can’t Believe it’s Fiber.”

Distinct works include art made from stainless steel, hog casings, colored pencils, copper wire, lead crystal, and even coffee filters. The show opens with an artists reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 3, at the gallery, 215 First St., Langley. The show continues through June 1.

 

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