Adrienne Sloane is a mixed media artist with a focus in fiber techniques. Using iconic imagery, her work is frequently a visceral response to the moral and political landscape of the day. By visually addressing the frayed and unraveled places around her, Adrienne seeks to promote thoughtful dialogue about critical questions as we navigate the difficult times we live in.
Her work has won many awards, has been widely published, and is included in permanent collections at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Fuller Craft Museum, the Goldstein Museum of Design, and The Kamm Collection. Click here to read a Boston Globe review of Adrienne’s recent exhibit, Peacework.
Besides having exhibited and taught internationally, Adrienne has also worked on economic development projects with indigenous knitters in Bolivia and Peru.