Martha Tuttle’s cerebral textile assemblages and wall hangings have a deep and committed foundation in the poetic and formal language of painting. Tuttle’s silk, wool, and pigment constructions are delicate plays between materiality and geometry and aim to blurr the synthesis between art and craft. Held within an organic color range, Tuttle manipulates the coarseness, transparency, and airiness of minimalist forms within the self-imposed restraints of plain stretcher frames. Freed from the architectural scaffolding, the artists’ wall hangings are flowing layers of fabric; their shape, color, and substance calling attention to the emotional and lyrical content of the work. At Tilton through March 10.