For this show Lisa Solomon has embroidered a set Crayola color names with threads that match their namesakes in braille. Interested in how we perceive color and fascinated with the idea of "reading" color without sight, her own box of 16 colors is presented. Lisa is a mixed media artist who moonlights as a graphic designer and professor. Her work questions and deconstructs the meaning of identity and personal histories through the exploration of mediums traditionally associated with domestic crafts. She lives with her husband, young daughter, a pitbull, a deaf french bulldog, a stumpy tail kitty, a three-legged kitty, and many many spools of thread.