Tessa Windt: Covering Absence

Ruyak, Jacqueline
April 2007
Surface Design Journal;Spring2007, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Tessa Windt, a teacher of sculpture at Carnegie Mellon university and Chatham College, and her work in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1995, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Concordia College in Montreal and in 2002 a master's degree from Ohio State University. She also studied domestic drapery and tufting techniques at the Museum of Funeral Customs. One of her works was "Shades," the piece she created for the 2006 Gestures show at the Mattress Factory.


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