the Beaded Prayers Project

April 2003
Surface Design Journal;Spring2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p30
Trade Publication
An interview with Sonya Clark, an associate professor of Textile Design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is presented. When asked about her inspiration in starting the Beaded Prayers Project, she replied that she was inspired in three different ways including her interest in exploring leather amulets, her fascination and inspiration in connecting with people and her interest and love for the art.


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