Keith, Holly
April 2002
Surface Design Journal;Spring2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the career and craft of fashion designer and painter Ann Clarke in New York. It states that most of the images made by Clarke capture personal experiences such as handprints and stones from a creek. Moreover, it says that her label "Two Sticks Knitting" speaks of how she started her work using two sticks and string. A description of the garments shown by the artist at the Gayle Willson Gallery in Southampton, New York is provided. Lastly, it informs that Clarke has produced a traveling exhibit of kaleidoscopic pinwheel sculptures whose fabric images were created by children with Down syndrome.


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