MICHELLE LOUGHLIN Family Skills for 21st Century Art

York, Hildreth
July 2009
Surface Design Journal;Summer2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the knitted artworks of artist Michelle Loughlin. These include "Shroud" series blankets, "Love Warehouse," and "Bound," which was displayed at the Jersey City Museum in 2005. It shows that her works involve several aspects, including architecture, environmental and social issues, and photography.


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