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Rosie: Stories from the Home Front

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Women who worked during WWII as part of the war effort, or Rosie the Riveters as they became known, recount stories and talk about their experiences....

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Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain exhibition on view at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain exhibition on view at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | tesis | Scoop.it

B BOSTON, MA.- /B Set against the backdrop of war-torn Britain—besieged by bombings and deprivations during World War II—a patriotic sense...


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RIVERSIDE: Local artists' books on display at RAM - Press-Enterprise (blog)

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Press-Enterprise (blog) RIVERSIDE: Local artists' books on display at RAM Press-Enterprise (blog) FROM RIVERSIDE: Riverside artists and art educators, Jeffrey Ribaudo and Froukje Schaafsma-Smith, created a collection of artists books to be...
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A Rosie the Riveter original, still on the job at 93 - NBCNews.com (blog)

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New York Daily News A Rosie the Riveter original, still on the job at 93 NBCNews.com (blog) That's right -- Otto was one of the original "Rosie the Riveter" girls, celebrated in the popular song of the same name, who supported the war effort by...
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Bookmarking Book Art -- Jacqueline Rush Lee

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From the artist's website: Jacqueline has been working with books for fifteen years and is recognized for working with the book form. Her artworks are featured in blogs, magazines, books and intern...

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Robert Bolick's curator insight, June 22, 2013 5:10 AM

Lee’s process of kiln firing to transform individual books, as with the dictionary above, strikes a harmonious chord. The kiln does not reduce the book to ash but rather petrifies it.  Another way of exploring “the book under pressure.”   Lee’s and Beube’s work are brought together again by Paul Forte  at the Hera Gallery for an exhibition entitledTransformed Volumes.