The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories
Final traveling exhibit
May 1 - July 31, 2011
Inspiring, vibrant and fun, this exhibition explores the meanings of shoes, presenting 120 playful, imaginative and provocative objects. Shoes speak to style, fashion and individuality, yet they also tell stories, expressing more than their role as footwear. Shoes reflect the time and place of their creation, providing unique insights into human history and identity. The 100 contemporary artists whose shoe-inspired artworks are presented in The Perfect Fit are motivated by these themes, creating objects of wit, whimsy and visual pizzazz
Friends also in exhibit: Dona Anderson, Zia Gipson, Lissa Hunter, C.A Michel, Norma Minkowitz, Carol Milne Inge Roberts and Polly Adams Sutton
The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories was organized by
the Fuller Art Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Jan Hopkins, "The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories"
670 Julia Davis Drive, Boise, ID 83702