A Massachusetts studio artist, Adrienne Sloane has shown her work nationally for over 20 years. As both a hand and machine knitter, her recent work often addresses the political while remaining mindful of the historical context of her medium. She has taught sculptural fiber both nationally and internationally as well as also having worked with indigenous knitters in Bolivia and Peru.
Her work has been published in Fiberarts, American Craft, Surface Design Journal, The Culture of Knitting and is profiled in the book, Knitting Art: 150 Innovative Works from 18 Contemporary Artists.. Sloane has work in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Goldstein Museum of Design, The American Textile History Museum and the Kamm Collection. Sloanes curatorial work includes the sculptural fiber exhibits Beyond Knitting and Primary Structures at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles and Metaphoric Fibers at the Textile Center in Minneapolis.