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Frances Twombly
Exhibitions

Wabi Sabi

January 14 - March 26, 2022

Four contemporary artists, two ceramists and two fiber artists, explore the Japanese notion of wabi sabi and ideas around imperfection, impermanence, repair and transformation. Often defined as flawed beauty, the wabi sabi aesthetic connotes asymmetry, economy and the forces of nature and time.

Participating artists include: Mark Newport, Shiro Tsujimura, Frances Trombly, and Yeesookyung.


Associated Exhibition Events

Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 1)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

2:30 PM

The Museum
Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 2)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

3:30 PM

The Museum
Youth & Families
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YOUTH PROGRAM: Smart Art Winter 2022 (Wednesdays)

YOUTH PROGRAM: Smart Art Winter 2022 (Wednesdays)

(for students in grades 4 & 5)

2:30 PM

Hailey Classroom
Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 1)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

2:30 PM

The Museum
Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 2)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

3:30 PM

The Museum
Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 1)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

2:30 PM

The Museum
Youth & Families
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FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art

FAMILY PROGRAM: Afternoon Art (Session 2)

(for families with kids ages 5–12)

3:30 PM

The Museum
Adult Classes
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Clothes Mending with Jenna Wigger at Sun Valley Museum of Art

CREATIVE JUMP-IN: Clothes Mending

with Jeanna Wigger

10:00 AM

Hailey Classroom
Adult Classes
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CRAFT SERIES WORKSHOP: Beautiful Mended Rings with Lisa Horton

CRAFT SERIES WORKSHOP: Beautiful Mended Rings

with Lisa Horton

10:00 AM

Hailey Classroom