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breathe: Woven Voices

breathe: Woven Voices

Historically, weaving is one of the oldest forms of human adaptation and expression; from tapestries in antiquity to the intricate woven rugs of today, weaving continues to inspire. The many different techniques and fiber varieties allow for a wide range of artistic expression. What was once used as a tool for basic human necessity, such as clothing, now has evolved into beautifully expressive artworks reflecting individualism.

It is our intention that this exhibit will demonstrate to our visitors the unique perspective, form of expression, and individual aesthetics of our students. Special thanks to  the artists highlighted in this collection, Cathy Perry and Laina Seay , for their contributions.

Canyon Sunset by Cathy Perry, 2007
Canyon Sunset
by Cathy Perry
2007
The Fly by Laina Seay, 2007
The Fly
by Laina Seay
2007
Springtime by Cathy Perry, 2007
Springtime
by Cathy Perry
2007
Snow on Autumn Fields by Laina Seay, 2006
Snow on Autumn Fields
by Laina Seay
2006

Please visit the Academic Advising & Retention Center to view the complete breathe: Woven Voices collection.

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