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Forced to Flee - SAQA Global Exhibition Catalog

Forced to Flee - SAQA Global Exhibition Catalog
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Published by Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc.

The forward to this impressive collection of quilts and works of fiber art begins, "Throughout history, people have been forced to flee from their homes for their own safety and survival due to war, oppression, natural disasters, and atrocious human rights violations." The artists represented here have interpreted this important and heavy subject matter, telling stories through threads of memory and emotion. The 36 juried quilts and works of fiber art are pictured in full with a companion close-up and artist statement, powerful words to help us view these pieces as they were intended. 'Forced To Flee' published by Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc., softcover with 78 pages.

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