“Our world has changed in ways we could not have imagined. Often these changes have required us to adapt in unexpected ways. How are you dealing with change? Have you found new insights or a new perspective? Have you rearranged your priorities? Have you found a different way of looking, feeling, experiencing or responding?”
Those were the questions posed in 2023 to members of High Fiber Diet, a subset of the Columbia Fiber Arts Guild that promotes fiber art throughout the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan region.
The answers to those questions will be represented by 25 artists through 31 different art pieces at the Second Story Gallery’s February art exhibit, “A Different View.”
The gallery, located on the second floor of the Camas Public Library in downtown Camas, will host an art reception for A Different View during the Downtown Camas Association’s First Friday celebration, from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2.
Clark County fiber artist and former Vancouver elementary school teacher and media specialist Mary Arnold is one of the 25 High Fiber Diet artists showing their work at the Second Story Gallery this month.