Elizabeth Busch

Kestenbaum, Stuart
July 1998
Surface Design Journal;Summer98, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p29
Trade Publication
The article describes the career and artwork of textile artist Elizabeth Busch. According to the article, Busch worked for a time in arts administration and then left her job in order to produce her own artwork. She has used such media as painting and quilting, and went on to use acetate theater gels suspended in plastic netting to produce large works suspended in air for buildings such as the State Cultural Building in Augusta, Maine. She later produced 15 other commissions for other public buildings and schools.


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