May 6-28, 2016
Dominie Nash’s “The Recombination”‘ is a series that began as experiments in monoprinting on fabric. Each completed work is a combination of two or more of the original prints: layered, cut through, collaged, and stitched together. The originals are retained but transformed into something new. Some larger fabric pieces incorporate rubbings of leaves, with scraps and experiments left over from making the cloth used in some of Nash’s older work. These “found” fabrics are rescued and recycled into new pieces.
Dominie Nash is a full-time artist working in a studio in Washington DC. Her work is included in the collection of the Renwick Gallery,International Monetary Fund, Braintree District Museum (England),Kaiser Permanente and DC Art Bank. A recipient of 2001 and 2012 Individual Artist Awards from the Maryland State Arts Council and a 2010 Creative Projects grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (MD), she has received several awards in juried exhibits in 2007-2015. She has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibits,nationally and in Europe and Japan. Her work has been published in Art Quilt Portfolio:The Natural World, Quilting Art by Spike Gillespie, 500 Art Quilts, Surface Design, American Craft,Embroidery, Quilt Art by Kate Lenkowsky, The Art Quilt by Robert Shaw , and Fiberarts Design Books 2-7.