Cindy Wilson is a retired graphic designer who now works primarily in her studio, experimenting with various batik processes. The word “batik” comes from a Javanese term for “dot” and refers to a process of creating patterns and images on fabric using dye and wax. Reminiscent of woodblock prints, Wilson’s batiks are highly technical yet have a loose, spontaneous approach to color and pattern.
Dec 07 - Dec 31, 2018
Aug 02 - Aug 31, 2019
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