Steven Oshatz: Harvest Moon

Oshatz, Steven
April 1995
Surface Design Journal;Spring95, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers insights about the artistic technique of Steven Oshatz on his screen printing entitled "Harvest Moon." Oshatz declared that the incredible strength of silk opened his awareness of properties that allowed him to move away from conventional methods. The use of dyes on silk is the quality of color obtainable with the fabric. He revealed that in silk painting everything counts, thus accidents play an important part. The imagery in "Harvest Moon" is based on a series of paintings that Oshatz done over the past 25 years dealing with his personal relationships.


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