Berlin-based Natasza Niedziolka’s textile drawings made of thread on canvas are mostly abstract, though after lingering in Horton’s front room, many of the stacked half-circles start to look like large ships teetering on the surface of a calm sea. Some of the more subtle embroideries on stretched cotton are “framed” with a colorful zigzag border.
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