Articles

United States

A Craftsperson’s Experience Within a Fine Art Program


Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair,Vogue Pattern No. 1462, Souvenirs of an Unfinished Project, 2008, detail-postcard, 6 x 8.5 inches
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, Vogue Pattern No. 1462, Souvenirs of an Unfinished Project, 2008, found fabric, archival photos, postcards
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, Vogue Pattern No. 1462, Souvenirs of an Unfinished Project, 2008, detail-rings sewn of found fabric, 1
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, In Process II, 2008, unraveled fabric and pattern paper
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, In Process III, 2008, 2 inch discs of felted yarn
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, Souvenir III, 2009, felt and silver buttons, 1 x 1 x .5 inches
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, Souvenir III, 2009,felt and silver buttons
Ahna Adair
Ahna Adair, Tool I, 2009, silver and thread, 1.5 x 2 inches

Author

  • Ahna Adair holds her BA in applied design from San Diego State University and her MFA from the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. She works independently as a writer and artist, focusing on modern temporalities, the pace of craft, and the politics of slowness. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, she has just relocated with her family to Grand Junction, Colorado.

Similar Entries
Scroll to Top