Emerging artist Nevada Tribble, from Elkins, W.Va., creates thread drawings and paper sculptures to reimagine hope and familiarity. Open Wednesday through Sunday, through March 28.

She is a recent graduate of Shepherd University, in Shepherdstown, WV.

Nevada says “My work is about hope, and how it is manifested in the past and present of my surroundings. I like to imagine memory as a residue that sticks to things, giving them a tangible and subjective history. In my work I capture the things that remind me to hope, the things with layered memories of what is good, and the moments that make up those memories.

“I use a sewing machine as a drawing tool, moving my paper under the needle as I stitch to make marks with the thread. Sewing has been a part of my life for a long time as a practical skill. I like that it references that practicality as a drawing medium, alluding to the power to mend and alter.”

This exhibition runs from March 3 through March 28 and is free and open to the public.  Visit DistrictArts.com for gallery hours.

To maintain the safety, health, and wellness of our visitors, we require that masks be worn at all times within the gallery.

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