Bette Levy is a Louisville fiber artist who is known for her embroidered artworks that explore the textures and patterns of the natural world. This exhibit will highlight her recent artworks that explore gender roles and tradition through conceptual crocheted pieces and paper quilts. Drop by the museum March 13-15 as Bette Levy and fellow fiber artists "crochet bomb" the Carnegie Center's urns, lamp posts, and maybe a tree or two, in preparation for the opening reception on March 16. Please visit our website at www.carnegiecenter.org or call 812-944-7336 for information on exhibit and related programs. Exhibit sponsored by the Carnegie Center, Inc. Museum hours Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5:30 pm. Admission is free.
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