Judith Scott

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3 days photographing the work of Judith Scott (USA)
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Judith Scott, extraordinary outsider artist with Down's Syndrome who was also deafmute Textile Fiber Art, Modern Sculpture, Contemporary Textiles, Contemporary Art, Outsider Artists, String Art
Judith Scott
Judith Scott, extraordinary outsider artist with Down's Syndrome who was also deafmute
Vue de l’exposition Judith Scott au collège des Bernardins (©Collège des Bernardins). Art Textile, Textile Artists, Jack Daniels Fudge, Whisky Gifting, Whiskey Lover Gifts, Knit Art, Middle School, School School, Wood
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Vue de l’exposition Judith Scott au collège des Bernardins (©Collège des Bernardins).
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3 days photographing the work of Judith Scott (USA)
3 days photographing the work of Judith Scott (USA) on Behance
JUDITH SCOTT (1943-2005) | Visual artist isolated from outside influences as a result of the impact of deafness and Down’s syndrome. She was independent and self-directed. Crafting armatures of bamboo slats and discarded materials, Judith diligently wrapped each work with lengths of knotted cloth or yarn. The artist was introduced to fiber art in 1987 by artist Sylvia Seventy at Creative Growth and produced a remarkable, breathtaking body of mixed media sculptures. Artist Studio, Artist At Work, Down Syndrom, Thread Art, Naive Art
Textile artist Judith Scott: Uncovering innate talent - TextileArtist.org
JUDITH SCOTT (1943-2005) | Visual artist isolated from outside influences as a result of the impact of deafness and Down’s syndrome. She was independent and self-directed. Crafting armatures of bamboo slats and discarded materials, Judith diligently wrapped each work with lengths of knotted cloth or yarn. The artist was introduced to fiber art in 1987 by artist Sylvia Seventy at Creative Growth and produced a remarkable, breathtaking body of mixed media sculptures.
Modern Painters Magazine's Top Picks From Frieze New York: "Most surprising work: Judith Scott’s yarn sculptures at White Columns, New York." Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Chuck Close, Fiber And Textile Art, Ap Art, Nests
Modern Painters Magazine's Top Picks From Frieze New York: "Most surprising work: Judith Scott’s yarn sculptures at White Columns, New York."
Fiber Sculpture by Judith Scott at Outsider Art Fair 2013 Outsider Art Fair, Visionary Art, Fabric Structure
Outsider Art Fair 2013: Self-Taught Offerings Prove a Popular Draw
Fiber Sculpture by Judith Scott at Outsider Art Fair 2013
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Where my art thoughts go: Judith Scott and Outsider Art Outsider Art Sculpture, Healing Images, Creative Connections, Cardboard Sculpture, Creative Textiles, Big Art
Judith Scott and Outsider Art
Where my art thoughts go: Judith Scott and Outsider Art
2000: Metamorphosis: The Fiber Art of Judith Scott by Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, via Flickr Edward Hopper, Art Apps, Art Thou, Textile Texture, Metamorphosis
2000: Metamorphosis: The Fiber Art of Judith Scott
2000: Metamorphosis: The Fiber Art of Judith Scott by Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, via Flickr
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2000: Metamorphosis: The Fiber Art of Judith Scott
2000: Metamorphosis: The Fiber Art of Judith Scott
The Station Spin, September 2010, by Judith Scott. Scott, born in 1943, was an internationally renowned American fiber and outsider artist. She had a fraternal twin, Joyce Scott, and she was born profoundly deaf, mute, and with Down syndrome. She died in 2005. Abstract Sculpture, Textiles Y Moda, Fibre Art, Ohio
The Station Spin
The Station Spin, September 2010, by Judith Scott. Scott, born in 1943, was an internationally renowned American fiber and outsider artist. She had a fraternal twin, Joyce Scott, and she was born profoundly deaf, mute, and with Down syndrome. She died in 2005.
'Judith Scott: Bound and Unbound' at the Brooklyn Museum Fiber Art Quilts, American Visionary Art Museum, American Folk Art, 3d Art Sculpture, Museums In Nyc, Textile Museum
Finding a Voice in Fiber, Judith Scott Was an Artist, Not an Outsider
'Judith Scott: Bound and Unbound' at the Brooklyn Museum
'Judith Scott: Bound and Unbound' at the Brooklyn Museum Recycled Material Art, Recycled Materials, Found Object, Altered Books, Teaching Art, Art Center, Judith
Finding a Voice in Fiber, Judith Scott Was an Artist, Not an Outsider
'Judith Scott: Bound and Unbound' at the Brooklyn Museum