Exploring spatial relationships through figurative and architectural imagery, Roslyn Logsdon’s hooked wall hangings are paintings in fiber. Her compositions focus on the interplay of subtle color combinations and tactile surfaces. Originally a painter, Logsdon discovered the art of rug hooking by chance and is now one of the mediums best known practitioners.
Common Ground Gallery
Roslyn Logsdon, Café Pompidou, 2011. Fiber. (19.5 x 27 inches.)