Hyperallergic review of my show!

My exhibition at Hunterdon Museum has received a review from Hyperallergic, the popular art and culture blog and magazine. “Knitting the Endangered”, – my solo exhibition at Hunterdon Museum New Jersey runs through April 21st , 2019. β€œKnitted Works of Endangered Animals that Inspire Warmth and Empathy”, Ilene Dube, Hyperallergic, β€˜19

Hanging Garden

At the start of the year I got a strange phone call from Jodi Moise, the curator of the fine art program at Montefiore Health System, asking if I would consider an outdoor commission of my floral work. I wasn’t really sure since I’ve always worked with woollen yarn for my knitted artwork. But that’s…


This weekend! Jan 15 – 17 I am participating in the artists gallery right outside the Marketplace at the Marriott Marquis Hotel at this amazing event, those of you who have been, know what I mean πŸ˜‰ Times Square, New York City – 1535 Broadway between 45th & 46th St. Come find me and get…

My Photo Albums

Here are some fun photo albums related to some stuff I’ve done. People, places, art and events……..dogs & cats included! Berlin Residency Australian Residency Montsalvat Exhibition – Australia Museum of Art, Maine – Exhibition & Bangor Australian Consulate, New York City Home of the Leadbeater’s Possum – Australia  


Sooo excited to be included in Samantha Elliot’s book ‘KNIT: Innovations in Fashion, Art, Design’, published by Laurence King publishing. Β Also available HERE. Amazon link

Strange Creatures

The Grant Museum of Zoology Β  Timeout London, 3rd March, 2015 kindly invited me to participate in “Strange Creatures: The Art of Unknown Animals” 16th March – 27th June, 2015. Grant Museum of Zoology, University College of London, UK. My piece Tasmanian Tiger #3 as seen above in Timeout London will be on display. Use…

A Gala in Wyoming

I am very excited to be invited to show two pieces of artwork for theΒ Blacktail Gala event at theΒ National Museum of Wildlife Art. To help the museum build their esteemed collection, guests from their community vote on a selection of artworks with fixed prices, and the most popular pieces are then purchased from previously raised…