Fiberarts Design

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Susan Mowery Kieffer
Lark Books, 2004 - Design - 224 pages
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For more than 20 years, The Fiberarts Design Book series has documented the evolution of contemporary textile art, earning praise from such publications as The New York Times in the process. These lushly illustrated volumes have provided precious source material for crafters, artists, critics, art historians, and all admirers of good design. Once again, for the seventh time, Fiberarts offers a dazzling selection: 550 works were chosen from 6,000 entries from around the world and honored for their innovative design and technical expertise. From sophisticated tapestries to bold surfaces to abundant quilts, they represent the depth and diversity of today’s best work.
 

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Contents

foreword
6
basketry
66
tapestry
88
fiber sculpture installations
108
wearables
154
surface design 186
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