Stories from the Earth The Art of Vernal Bogren Swift

Price, Sandra
April 2010
Surface Design Journal;Spring2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the viability of the natural world, which inspires designer Vernal Bogren Swift to create art. It notes that Swift's work "In the Garden: Stories of Haida Gwaii" is rich in imagery, texture, and color. It states that the artists acquires the biological and geological literature for interesting facts. Moreover, it indicates that Swift has filtered the earthquakes, tectonic plates, and tsunamis through her active imagination into fairy tales.


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