Arts & Leisure

Artists hook into history at Rokeby Museum

'I HAVE SPECIAL reservations, and a special fear for my loved ones' by Maddy Fraioli, Roseville, Ohio, 14” x 18”, wool.

“This exhibition of hooked rugs is a beautiful and powerful display of Elizabeth Catlett’s 1947 series ‘I am a Black Woman,’” said Rokeby Museum Director Lindsay Varner.

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