The 2024 Harlin Museum Fiber Arts Show on display through Feb. 18 at the museum, 405 Worcester St., in West Plains, features handcrafted quilts, clothing and other pieces featuring various textile techniques. Shown from left are a knitted robe entered by Darlene Stout and a woven tunic entered by Gena Stout. Votes for a People's Choice Award will be taken through the end of the exhibit. Museum hours are noon to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Admission is free with donations accepted to go toward the operation and upkeep of the nonprofit museum, which hosts shows for area artists in different mediums throughout the year. The museum also houses a permanent collection of art by Shannon County native L.L. Broadfoot and historical items representative of daily life in the Ozarks.
A mixed media dreamcatcher entered by Darlene Stanley is one of the more unique techniques on display at the Harlin Museum Fiber Arts Show. The exhibit may be viewed from noon to 4 p.m. Thurdays through Sunday, through Feb. 18, at the museum, 405 Worcester St.