BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017
Dormor, Catherine. “Book Review Scrape the Willow Until It Sings: The Words and Work of Basket Maker Julia Parker, Deborah Valoma, Berkeley: Heyday, 2013.” Textile: Journal of Cloth and Culture 15 (3): 1-4 (book review).

DOWNLOAD REVIEW

2014
Rothstein, Scott. Art Boom. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2014
Argo, Elizabeth R. Of Two Minds: Artists Who Do More Than One of a Kind. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2014
Warnecke, Lauren. “Hedwig Dances Marks Territory at Links Hall.” See Chicago Dance (online).

2013
Stanton, Jill. “Scrape the Willow Until It Sings: The Words and Work of Basket Maker Julia Parker.” Webzine of the Conference of Northern California Handweavers (online).

2012
Smith, Sid. “Striking, Minimalist Works from Hedwig Dance.” Chicago Tribune (online).

2012
Wittenburg, Zachary.  “Hedwig Dances Vanishing Points.” Time Out Chicago (online).

2010
Felciano, Rita. "Goldies 2010: Ramón Ramos Alayo." Guardian 45: 5.

2009
Macaulay, Alastair. “San Francisco, Thinking Globally, Acting Locally.” New York Times, June 23.

2008
Lanker, Brian. Shall we Dance. Forward by Maya Angelou. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

2008
Harmanci, Reyhan. “Haiti: CubaCaribe Spotlights Dance.” SF Gate (online).

2007
Rykwert, Joseph, and David Revere MacFadden. The Grotta House. New York, NT: Rizzoli.

2006
Kieffer, Susan Mowery, ed. 500 Baskets. Ashville, NC: Lark Books.

2006
Shaw, Madelyn, and Kate Irvin. Beyond Weaving: International ArtTextiles. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2005
Leventon, Melissa. Artwear: Fashion and Anti-Fashion. London: Thames & Hudson.

2005
Sozanski, Edward J. “Not Just Domestic, but Aesthetic.” Philly.com, July.

2004
Weinstein, Dave. “Basket weaver represents the best of American Indian Tradition.” San Francisco Chronicle, The Arts, F7, October 1.

2004
Weinstein, Dave. “Basket Maker Represents the Best of American Indian Tradition.” SF Gate (online).

2003
Avila, Susan Taber. "Looming Large: Contemporary Weavers of the Vanguard." Surface Design Journal 28 (1): 48–49.

2002
Bulwa, Demian. “Common Threads Bind Weavers.” San Francisco Chronicle, September 20.

2002
Novakov, Anna. "What Wonderous Webs They Weave." Diablo Arts, October–December: 26–29.

2001
Erikson, Arthur. Wired: Fiber-Optic Weavings and Wire Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1999
_______. “Portfolio.” American Craft 59 (2): 67.

1998
Slesin, Susan. “Artistry in Residence.” House & Garden, August.

1998
Ling, David. Art of Substance. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1998
_______. Three California Basketmakers: Hildebrant, Mulford, Valoma. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1997
_______. 10th Wave Part 1: New Baskets and Freestanding Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1996
Stevens, Rebecca A. T., and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, eds.  The Kimono Inspiration. Washington DC: The Textile Museum.

1996

_______. “New Voices in Weaving.” Shuttle Spindle & Dye Pot 27 (4): 33–35.

1995
_______. Art Now. Gallery Guide, Southwest Edition, December, (cover image).

1995
Hedstrom, Ana Lisa. “Emerging West Coast Artists.” Fiberarts 19 (4): 36–44.

1991

_______. "Black and White." Zone, Arizona Arts and Culture 4: 14.

1990
Fruchtman, Rob. “Art to Where?” Fiberarts 17 (2): 32–38.

1989
Wittonborn, Paul. Art Forms and the Body. Los Angeles, CA: Wittenborn & Hollingsworth.

1989
Greenberg, Blue. “Finery: An Exhibit of Wearable Art,” Fiberarts 16 (1): 56–57.

1988
Grubb, Barbara Ward. Finery. Introduction by Jean L. Druesedow. Raleigh, NC: Visual Arts Program, North Carolina State University.

Image Collections

For generations, weavers have experimented with the unique graphic potential of building by units within the framework of a grid. In the Grammar of Ornament (originally publishedin 1856), nineteenth-century architect and designer Own Jones hypothesizes that weaving played a central role in the cognitive development of humans and shaped the "first notions of symmetry." These mathematical structures simultaneously shaped structure and materialized on the surface as flat pattern--each a visual code of how the threads were assembled. Fiber construction developed into more than a technology; it became the fertile matrix for an entire aesthetic tradition--the geometric aesthetic, the indigenous language of textiles. 

Bibliography



BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017
Dormor, Catherine. “Book Review Scrape the Willow Until It Sings: The Words and Work of Basket Maker Julia Parker, Deborah Valoma, Berkeley: Heyday, 2013.” Textile: Journal of Cloth and Culture 15 (3): 1-4 (book review).

DOWNLOAD REVIEW

2014
Rothstein, Scott. Art Boom. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2014
Argo, Elizabeth R. Of Two Minds: Artists Who Do More Than One of a Kind. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2014
Warnecke, Lauren. “Hedwig Dances Marks Territory at Links Hall.” See Chicago Dance (online).

2013
Stanton, Jill. “Scrape the Willow Until It Sings: The Words and Work of Basket Maker Julia Parker.” Webzine of the Conference of Northern California Handweavers (online).

2012
Smith, Sid. “Striking, Minimalist Works from Hedwig Dance.” Chicago Tribune (online).

2012
Wittenburg, Zachary.  “Hedwig Dances Vanishing Points.” Time Out Chicago (online).

2010
Felciano, Rita. "Goldies 2010: Ramón Ramos Alayo." Guardian 45: 5.

2009
Macaulay, Alastair. “San Francisco, Thinking Globally, Acting Locally.” New York Times, June 23.

2008
Lanker, Brian. Shall we Dance. Forward by Maya Angelou. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

2008
Harmanci, Reyhan. “Haiti: CubaCaribe Spotlights Dance.” SF Gate (online).

2007
Rykwert, Joseph, and David Revere MacFadden. The Grotta House. New York, NT: Rizzoli.

2006
Kieffer, Susan Mowery, ed. 500 Baskets. Ashville, NC: Lark Books.

2006
Shaw, Madelyn, and Kate Irvin. Beyond Weaving: International ArtTextiles. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

2005
Leventon, Melissa. Artwear: Fashion and Anti-Fashion. London: Thames & Hudson.

2005
Sozanski, Edward J. “Not Just Domestic, but Aesthetic.” Philly.com, July.

2004
Weinstein, Dave. “Basket weaver represents the best of American Indian Tradition.” San Francisco Chronicle, The Arts, F7, October 1.

2004
Weinstein, Dave. “Basket Maker Represents the Best of American Indian Tradition.” SF Gate (online).

2003
Avila, Susan Taber. "Looming Large: Contemporary Weavers of the Vanguard." Surface Design Journal 28 (1): 48–49.

2002
Bulwa, Demian. “Common Threads Bind Weavers.” San Francisco Chronicle, September 20.

2002
Novakov, Anna. "What Wonderous Webs They Weave." Diablo Arts, October–December: 26–29.

2001
Erikson, Arthur. Wired: Fiber-Optic Weavings and Wire Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1999
_______. “Portfolio.” American Craft 59 (2): 67.

1998
Slesin, Susan. “Artistry in Residence.” House & Garden, August.

1998
Ling, David. Art of Substance. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1998
_______. Three California Basketmakers: Hildebrant, Mulford, Valoma. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1997
_______. 10th Wave Part 1: New Baskets and Freestanding Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts.

1996
Stevens, Rebecca A. T., and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, eds.  The Kimono Inspiration. Washington DC: The Textile Museum.

1996

_______. “New Voices in Weaving.” Shuttle Spindle & Dye Pot 27 (4): 33–35.

1995
_______. Art Now. Gallery Guide, Southwest Edition, December, (cover image).

1995
Hedstrom, Ana Lisa. “Emerging West Coast Artists.” Fiberarts 19 (4): 36–44.

1991

_______. "Black and White." Zone, Arizona Arts and Culture 4: 14.

1990
Fruchtman, Rob. “Art to Where?” Fiberarts 17 (2): 32–38.

1989
Wittonborn, Paul. Art Forms and the Body. Los Angeles, CA: Wittenborn & Hollingsworth.

1989
Greenberg, Blue. “Finery: An Exhibit of Wearable Art,” Fiberarts 16 (1): 56–57.

1988
Grubb, Barbara Ward. Finery. Introduction by Jean L. Druesedow. Raleigh, NC: Visual Arts Program, North Carolina State University.