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THE NATURAL WORLD OBSERVED
Writing of the genesis of her "Koi" wall hanging-- made of up to three layers of subtly colored fused papers, backed with satin and suspended from a curved bamboo 'hanger'--St. George artist and designer EVERET recalls,
"Watching the Koi I remembered that it symbolized perseverance, success and long life."
23" wide by 35" long
(Photo by Liz Moore)
Beit Alpha Menorah
The work of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn potter/sculptor RAGNAR NAESS is included in the permanent collection of the Newark Museum.
"My work life alternates between periods of sculpture- making and periods making practical pots," he writes. "Mugs, bowls and teapots win the hearts of their users and add a personal touch of beauty to daily rituals."
LIKE A PRO
This untitled wool-on-linen wall hanging--Ward Hill fiber artist and potter STEVE NUTT calls it a "hooking" -- measures 13.5" x 13.5". Of the framing job, Steve says, "I wanted it real simple, but I wanted to see how a 'pro' would do it over a painter's stretcher."
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