Robertson, Jean
July 1997
Surface Design Journal;Summer97, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the approach of artist Sara Bates for her work that honoring the culture and tradition of ancient Cherokee people in the U.S. Bates collects organic materials such as seeds, shells and quills as a way to remember and honor the nature and creature. In addition, she combined some indigenous flax in New Zealand for her work "Honoring Maori."


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