William Hodge /Inside – Outside – In 

 
 

Inside – Outside – In: Technique: Weaving, Material: Wool, fortrel, rayon and mylar Size- Height 9 ft. 6 in- Width 6 ft. Depth 6 it.

 
 

William Hodge; Born in Toronto, Ontario, 1944 Resides in Toronto, Ontario Honours graduate of the Ontario College of Art, where he has been teaching since 1967, Awarded the Rolph Clarke Stone Scholar ship and the Henry Birks Medal (196Sf and four awards at excellence at craft exhibitions, Participated regularly in group exhibitions in various parts of Canada, Ha is represented in numerous collections, including the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto; and The University of Ottawa

Statement:

Inside—Outside—In

My thoughts for this piece are those of oppositions, things the same, things different, light to dark to light again, expected to unexpected. Soft and not so soft. manifested through an environmental experience, My intent is for the spectator to enter in and participate with the work, not just to stand back and observe. The participant should look and touch so the piece can look and touch back,

 
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