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COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART “Breathing Lessons,” by Joan Livingstone, is made from felt, suture thread, pigment, epoxy resin and varnish. It is part of the “Loomless:?Contemporary Fiberworks from the Museum’s Collection” exhibit of contemporary fiber works at the Honolulu Museum of Art, showing through Jan. 25.
COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART “Nesting” by Michele Pred, is a traditional form crafted from a nontraditional material — cell-phone charging cords.
COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART Barbara Cooper’s “Sonus,” above, is a sculpture that employs overlapping, twisted strips of cherry wood veneer.