first person

Ennist, Eva
October 2011
Surface Design Journal;Fall2011, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
In this article the author offers observations on her artistic practice as a working artist. Particular focus is given to how she creates her three-dimensional fiber sculptures using materials such as wire mesh, bamboo fibers, handmade paper pulp and concrete. According to the author, much of her work is inspired by her travels to Southeast Asia.


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