Living Fibers, Living Forms: The Work of Jappie King Black

Stonberg, Jacquelyn
April 2010
Surface Design Journal;Spring2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p36
Trade Publication
The article explores the works of U.S. fiber art designer Jappie King Black. It mentions that Black is beloved by her students of fine arts at Keen University in New Jersey for her sincere ability to share her love of fiber art designing. It notes that Black's art materials include grapevine bark and other organic substances such as living plants, straw, and quills.


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