Semmens, Beverly
April 1992
Surface Design Journal;Spring92, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the quilt artist Terrie Hancock Mangat and her work. Her style of work using mixed media is described for its uniqueness in the field of quilt art. Information about Mangat's background, family, and education is provided and and the piece "Shrine to the Beginning" is described for its portrayal of her life. The personal elements found in her art, such as her divorce, is examined as theme in her quilts. The ability to work on quilts in short amounts of time is noted and other works mentioned include "Giraffes," "Dashboard Saints: In Memory of St. Christopher," and "Marble Bags."


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