Levy, Rebecca
July 1992
Surface Design Journal;Summer92, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p11
Trade Publication
The article profiles the work of the textile artist Terri Fletcher. Her studio and work process are described, including the Japanese medium called arashi shibori which involves wrapping dyed fabric around poles. The influence of the Mexican culture in Fletcher's work is examined and the themes in her pieces are discussed.


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