Susan Jarmain

Jarmain, Susan
January 1998
Surface Design Journal;Winter98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p43
Trade Publication
The article presents background information and inspirational sources of textile artist Susan Jarmain, for her art presented alongwith, titled "Butterfly Warrior." She informs that her work derives from natural observation and information gained through research on butterflies in Mesoamerican cultures. Keeping light and movement at the core of all she does, her use of silk is determined by its light reflecting qualities and while dyeing, she informs that she works to achieve precise color.


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