Juliet Wood

Wood, Juliet
January 1998
Surface Design Journal;Winter98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the methods and materials used by surface designer Juliet Wood for her work titled "Take a Full Heart Home." Woods informs that she terms her work as "constructs," which are multimedia and multi-material. Her work reportedly includes a variety of traditional materials and found objects, like silk, linen and wax. The design presented, is in a form of a visual tension, which she reports to be a mixture of chaos and symmetry, implying the tension in the cosmos.


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