Joan Schulze: Quilting On The Edge

Tuchman, Laura J.
July 1994
Fiberarts;Summer94, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p14
The article deals with the quilts of artist Joan Schulze. Some of her works were exhibited at the Smith Andersen Gallery in Palo Alto, California in the fall of 2007. Her quilts that were exhibited were made of plain silk, hand painted paper and printed cloth. It notes that her works carry a somewhat dreamy unplanned twist. It states that Schultze's works convey a certain comfort factor, even though they captivate rather than dull, and they are sort of tumult a person can wrap himself in. A person can call her quilts mixed-media works.


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