Inside the Summer 2005 Issue
Vol. 32 No. 1
ABOVE: Cake White Palace, 2004; 49" x 108". Photo: David Ettinger; Erehwon, 2002; 44" x 64". Photo: James Prinz.
THE ARTIST AS TRAVELER
by Gail Rieke
Gail Rieke distills and translates her journeys in assemblages she calls suitcase travel journals. Join her in her studio as she unpacks two of them.
AN ART FORM LEARNS TO FLY
by Debra Riley Parr
A brief history highlights the potential of the artist’s book.
FEMMAGE: THE TIMELESS FABRIC COLLAGE OF MIRIAM SCHAPIRO
by Sandra Sider
Miriam Schapiro has been exploring this medium for thirty years. She only gets better with time.
LAYER UPON LAYER
by Rhonda Sonnenberg
Six contemporary masters of the collage technique—Sue Clancy, Ai Kijima, Lisa Kokin, Fran Gardner Perry, Fran Skiles, and Lynn Whipple—layer materials in their quest to communicate visually and viscerally.
WEB EXCLUSIVE GALLERY: Layer upon Layer
FERTILE ASSOCIATIONS: THE TAPESTRIES OF SHELLEY SOCOLOFSKY
by Mary Lane
The artist weaves into whole cloth collaged fragments of images, text, and poetry.
ANNA TORMA: INTERPRETING LIFE TACTILELY
by John K. Grande
Past, present, and future are collaged in Torma’s complex, layered embroideries.
WEB EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: Embroidery Artist in Residence
Matisse: The Fabric of Dreams
Textiles for This World and Beyond
Artwear: Fashion and Anti-fashion
Folk Art in Santa Fe This Summer
Textile Events Across the Pond
Stephen Johnson: The Material Defines the Basket
Rebecca Turbow: Safe Clothes Emerge
A Bookmaking Workshop with Howard Munson
Marian Bijlenga: Written Weed
What Is an Altered Book?
A Showcase of Book Arts
WEB EXCLUSIVE GALLERY: Sampling: Book Arts
The Gates, Central Park, New York City, 1979–2005
Devils and Dolls
Mark Newport: New Works
Zandra Rhodes: A Lifelong Love Affair with Textiles
News & Notes
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
Education & Travel
WEB EXCLUSIVE RESOURCES: Book-arts and Collage Resources