India Flint Treading the Land Lightly

Lugg, Wendy
January 2011
Surface Design Journal;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the life and works of India Flint, a textile artist in Australia. It states that Flint uses plant dyes, wrapping leaves in cloth bundles to create evocative imagery that captures the essence of the landscape from which they are drawn. It cites Flint's works which include Landskin, ragged blossom, and Planeta.


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