Time Machine creations; Original wearable art works of any media that are powered by the imagination of art and science.

Celebrating inventiveness, imagination and innovation; Showcasing wearable artwork powered by the imagination of art and science.

Thursday, March 16, 2017 ~ Opening Reception in the Harbor Group Gallery ~ 5:30pm
The d”Art Center 740 Duke St. Norfolk, VA

Exhibition dates: March 14- April 29, 2017


Clothing, Jewelry, Masks,Headpieces, Personal adornment


This exhibition will be hosted in three separate galleries: the Harbor Group International Gallery and Rotating Gallery at the d’Art Center, and the Education Gallery at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, VA.

Juror Biography: Mixed media artist Carola Jones creates unique handmade embellished wearables inspired by the Impressionist color palette and nature in coastal North Carolina. As a fourth generation fiber art practitioner, Jones uses natural dyeing, embroidery, crocheting, sewing, and embellishments created from materials like clay and glass to complete her works.  Jones is the sole proprietor of the Indigo Fiber Shed, as well as a writer, visual storyteller, and Pow Wow dancer. A committed art educator, Jones has taught art to K-12 students in the school system, and at both a college and a university. She earned a BFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Penland School of Crafts, teaching licensure from East Carolina University, and has completed additional graduate coursework at Western Carolina University and the Penland School of Crafts. Widely traveled, she has also studied art internationally in Helsinki, Paris, and St. Petersburg. A Native American descendant from both Tuscarora and Seminole bloodlines, Jones makes her home in eastern North Carolina