Agnes Tait was born in New York City in 1894. She enrolled at the National Academy of Design in 1908, leaving in 1913 after the death of her mother.
Toshiko Takaezu studied at the University of Hawaii and at Cranbrook Academy in Michigan, where she also taught. She has been on the faculty of other institutions, including the Cleveland Institute of Art and Princeton University.
Born in 1956, Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan. Currently lives in New York City. Recent exhibitions of Takagi's work have been held at The Midtown Y Photography Studio, New York (1987) and Simon Lowinsky Gallery, New York (1991).
In 1954 Lenore Tawney abandoned sculpture for weaving and in the process, transformed the ancient craft of the weaver into a new vocation—fiber art.
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"Man's highest aspirations come from nature. A world without color would seem dead. Color is life. Light is the mother of color.
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