Creating Abundance

Namkung, Bonnie Ayers
July 2003
Surface Design Journal;Summer2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the works of Emily Dvorin, a sculptural fiber artist, a craft shop owner and an art teacher. It was stated that Dvorin's works feature exuberance and abundance and mostly symbolic containers made from ordinary and recognizable urban objects, such as garden hose, disposable spoons and cable tie. It highlights Dvorin's works including "Charged" and "Aurora Achromatous," in her cable tie series, "Afterglow" and "Stuff and Nonsense." In addition, the author reveals that Dvorin decodes and communicates her experiences through constant experimenting and prolific creation.


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