Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Rebecca Mezoff at SLVRMC

I grew up in northern New Mexico under red sandstone cliffs and deep blue skies. Perhaps that is where my love of color began... Making tapestry for me is about color and process. The metaphor of weaving a life is always present for me as I work, and weaving becomes a way of expressing interconnectedness of all life forms, one thread at a time.
--From Rebecca Mezoff's Artist Statement

Hand dyed, hand woven tapestries by Rebecca Mezoff are on view through November at San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center.

SLVRMC created the ARTrium in the south wing of the hospital as part of their mission to provide quality, compassionate care in a quiet and healing space. Through Insight Art Connection, the hospital works with local artists throughout the Valley to reflect the culture and life of the San Luis Valley and remind patients, visitors and staff of the creativity and beauty all around them. With exhibitions, community receptions, and children’s art displays, the ARTrium program is designed to enrich the relationship between healthcare and the community.

To find out more about the ARTrium, or the work of Rita Roberts, call Katherine Benke, Insight Art Connection: 719-588-9044, or email


Anonymous WMi said...

what is the price?

8:01 PM  

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