Fiberarts Magazine - Nov./Dec. 2008 - Hurricane Katrina Memorial
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Volume 35 - Number 3
In this issue: Gas Station Cozy by Jennifer Marsh - A fifty-year-old abandoned gas station might seem an unlikely site for a public art display, but it was the perfect fit for Jennifer Marsh's World Reclamation Art Project; Mourning Portrait by Sally Hansell - Inspired by eighteen century memento mori hair art, sculptor Loren Schwerd mourns the loss of homes in New Orleans by reconstructing them with hair extensions found in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; 2008 Student Showcase - Our fourth annual showcase of artists to watch; Passage Quilts by Sabrina Gschwandtner - Sherri Lynn Wood created her passage-quilt workshops as a meditative and hands-on approach to dealing with life's most challenging transitions; Ergonomics - For Creativity, Harmony & Wholeness by Karen Piegorsch - Artists in the isolated highlands of Guatemala have rediscovered the joy of weaving with help from the nonprofit organization Synergo Arts; and much more! Fiberarts Magazine - November/December 2008 issue.