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Bera, Betty
July 2007
Surface Design Journal;Summer2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p50
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The article discusses the Betty Vera narration regarding her works of art employing threads. The article begins with the authors introduction of herself followed by her methods used in rendering her artworks including dyeing and weaving colorful textured tapestry. The author currently explores computerized Jacquard weaving technology. She details her delicate rendition of her craft with the aid of digital technology. The article is conluded with the authors' views on her work.


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