Threading Art into the Fabric of Life

Arney, Suzanne Smith
January 2011
Surface Design Journal;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
The article cites the four textile artists who are inserting their work into everyday situations in the U.S. The artists are Lea Redmond, Kathryn Pannepacker, and Maggie Leininger, as well as, Zoe Sheehan Saldana. It notes that each of their work is a catalyst for social change as they want to make a difference in addition to making art.


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