Running through February 27, 2010, Noho Gallery presents new work by Erma Martin Yost in the form of “Felted Flightscapes.” Yost’s hand-stitched constructions incorporate birds as metaphor, allowing a fusion of inner and outer worlds. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Art & Design and she has exhibited at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, Allentown Art Museum, Morris Museum, and the Renwick.

This is Yost’s fourteenth solo showing at Noho Gallery (located at 530 W. 25, New York, New York).

More examples of Erma Martin Yost’s hand-stitched felt flightscapes after the jump.

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