Women's Journeys in Fiber - Aprons: Myth Memory Fantasy
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|Jan Sneesby Aaron||Gretchen Alexander||Sue Babbs||Joan Cotter|
|Linda Sorken Eisenberg||Madelyn Gaul||Janette Gerber||Marcia Lee Hartnell|
|Cindy Heineman||Nancy Herzog||Candace Hoffmann||Alice Jenks|
|Laurie Kosky||Cindy Kuo||Kay Lange||Joy Lavrencik|
|Naomi McEneely||Elizabeth Mini||Vivian Morrison||Jo Mortland|
|Jeanne Reed||Virginia Reisner||Julia Rivera||Shelia Schaeffer-Hirsh|
|Barbara Schneider||Sally Schoch||Carolyn Seng||Mary Krebs Smyth|
|Loraine Stillman||Gail Wessel|
(Photos by Patrick Fraser)
Apron (noun) a protective or decorative garment worn over the front of one’s clothes, either from chest or waist level, and tied at the back.
Problem - Using any textile technique or techniques, create a wearable apron that is inspired by myth memory or fantasy.
Process & Development -
Each participant will keep a journal/sketchbook paying particular attention to how you move through the creative process. Sketch, journal, sample, and photo document your steps along the way.Each artist will write a statement to be displayed with the work.
November 3-6, 2011, Chicago Botanic Garden. Opening, Thursday, November 3, 6:30-9pm.
January 29 - March 4, 2012, Anderson Art Center. Opening, January 29, 2012, 1-4pm.
March 10-18, 2012, Chicago Flower & Garden Show.
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