Beverly Semmes, a Brooklyn artist, is internationally recognized for her unique installations. The exhibition includes work from her major series since the mid 1990s with a focus on Semmes' impressive sculptural dresses that range in size from 7 feet to 30 feet long. Also on view will be the artist's photographic, collage and video work, alongside her pottery and glass pieces. Semmes challenges the conventional definitions of craft and "women's work" by creating completely non-functional pieces out of traditional materials such as clay and fabric. This exhibition is organized by the Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Through December 8. Hours are Tuesday - Friday, 10 am to 4 pm; Saturday 1-5 pm.