This text examines the small woven and wrought works artist Sheila Hicks has produced over years. Focusing on 100 Hicks miniatures from many public and private collections, it includes three informative essays as well as illustrations of the artist's related drawings, photographs and chronology.In many ways, this wood frame serves as a window to her thoughts, as well as a tool that functionally isolates a field for her ... based on a small paintinga#39;s stretcher bars absent the canvas on which to paint, the wood frame Hicks uses most often is ... Rather, as Hicks says, aquot;I activated them at different intervals of my choice.
|Title||:||Sheila Hicks Weaving as Metaphor|
|Author||:||Arthur Coleman Danto, Joan Simon, Nina Stritzler-Levine|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 2006|