Joan Schulze: A Life in Collage

Hager, Liz
October 2010
Surface Design Journal;Fall2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on artist Joan Schulze and her collage and art quilt creations. It describes the artist's editing method and her process of construction and deconstruction needed for one's creative method. It notes that Schulze used unconventional materials and fine art compositional techniques to transform quilts. Several works of Schulze including "Old Koi, Old Pond," " Perrenial Border," and "The Flying Chifferobe" are provided.


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