Stabb, Jo Ann C.
July 1994
Surface Design Journal;Summer94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the views of several notable artists regarding issues they are confronted with and the factors that drive their creativity. Well known for her silk shibori dyed garments, Ana Lisa Hedstrom explains that the excitement and innocence of the early fiber art movement is missing, which has been partly due to the dampened economy. Other artists who give their views include Janet Lipkin, Jean Williams Cacicedo and Ellen Hauptli. A brief description of the life and works of each artist is also presented.


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