Malarcher, Patricia
July 1995
Surface Design Journal;Summer95, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the work of Mary Edna Fraser featuring aerial landscapes in batik. It is announced that Fraser was the first textile artist to be honored with a solo stint in National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. It is observed that Fraser's single-minded commitment to batik shows a level of serious purpose by aiming high and holding a vision that develops her work ahead. Fraser expands range of dyes and fabric paints, learning different can serve an image experimenting with a variety of silks.


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