`Worn and worn': Textiles of Liz Williamson
- Liz Williamson and Sara Lindsay Interweaving Past ana Present ndsay. Hemmings, Jessica // Surface Design Journal;Spring2009, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p44
The article discusses the textile crafts of Australian artists, Sara Lindsay and Liz Williamson, which act as record keeper and bridge to experiences of past generations. They utilized textile to explore the themes, specifically the lives of their mothers. In the case of Lindsay, her practice...
- Reverberations: Pulsations in Liz Williamson's Woven Textiles. Bond, Clare // Fiberarts;Summer2000, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p30
The article discusses how fiber artist Liz Williamson accomplishes textile designs that have a rhythmic quality that sets them apart from other woven clothing. Her woven textiles operate in a space in which the outer edges of perception are exposed and the connection with the body is engaged....
- Liz Williamson, dance master, dies at 76. Connors, Cathy // New York Amsterdam News;1/20/96, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p33
Announces the death of Liz Williamson, from New York, who died at age 76. Background information on Williamson's personal life and career; Date and place of death; Ailments that Williamson suffered. Williamson's survivors.
- Questions of Materiality. Bond, Clare // Craft Arts International;2009, Issue 76, p43
The article profiles Australian textile artist Liz Williamson. Williamson's investigation of material qualities has led to a body of work that possess multiple and layered meanings that play upon out intimate relationship with cloth. The idea of wearability lies at the core of her pieces. Works...
- Cult Fabrics. // Town & Country;Nov2008, Vol. 162 Issue 5342, p168
The article presents the design trends of some of the best known fabric designers including Bernard Thorp, Dominique Kiefer, and Cressida Bell.
- Die unendliche Ver�nderung des Gleichen. Allst�dt, Gudrun // Textilwirtschaft;5/17/2012, Issue 20, p47
The article discusses the research project "Mustercode" by Janine H�berle of Heidelberg, Germany, describing new methods in textile design.
- Stringing along. // Architectural Digest;Nov96, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p248
Details how textile designers Steve Luxenberg and Michael Savoia started their business MSL in Los Angeles, California. Types of materials used.
- Fabrics. // Interior Design;10/31/96, Vol. 67 Issue 13, p20
Presents several fabric designs. Solar scrim; Antonia lampas; Vintage velvet; Kuba diamond; Estate jewels collection; Mazurka; Como sheer; Lawson; Cerulean; Moss; Chestnut; Vibrance; Oakwood naugahyde; Mayfair; Hat dance; Wenlock priority; Loose leaves.
- Texture branches out. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;12/7/93, Vol. 166 Issue 109, p16
Presents textile pattern prints for the 1994 fall-holiday season. Trends by Burlington-Klapman, Galey & Lord, Lida Inc., United Knitting Inc. and Andrex Industries.