About the Artists
A seminal figure in fiber as an artistic medium, Ted Hallman (b. 1933) studied at Tyler School of Art and Cranbrook where he received an MFA in both Textiles and Painting. He also holds a Phd in Ed Psych from the University of California, Berkeley. Hallman was head of Textiles at Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto and at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. He has exhibited internationally in both solo and group exhibitions. His work is represented in major museum collections both here and abroad.
Sheila Hicks (b.1934), originally from Nebraska, received her BFA and MFA from Yale University. She is regarded as one of the pioneering and most innovative artists working in fiber. She divides her time between her Paris studio and New York. Hick’s work has included public commissions, industrial production and artisanal creations. She is represented in leading international collections and has shown in numerous exhibitions around the world. She was recently the subject of a major retrospective Sheila Hicks: 50 Years
Born in New York in 1957, Jim Hodges received his MFA from Pratt Institute, New York. He has exhibited extensively in the United States and abroad.