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October 28, 2007

“Midnight” by Candy Kuehn

Filed under: What's New — Matt Anderson @ 2:16 pm

“Midnight” by Candy KuehnThis recent acquisition, “Midnight,” was a stand-out design at the Textile Center’s Artwear in Motion, RetroFlexion runway show in 2005.

Candy Kuehn’s wearable art pieces are much more than just functional clothing. As a fiber artist her pieces reflect changing moods, passage of time and lively experiences interpreted with painted and dyed fabrics and embellishments of feathers and beads.

The Society’s collection often serves as inspiration for contemporary design by Minnesota artists. In this case, Candy took her inspiration from historic costume fashioning colors and materials that can be seen in the elaborate draping of the mid 19th century or the mix of textured fabrics often seen in the early 20th century. The Society’s collection is building for the future by adding the work of contemporary Minnesota artists from several venues each year.




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One Response to ““Midnight” by Candy Kuehn”

  1. custom wedding dresses Says:

    It’s hard to see such a classic design. Impressive color and materials.

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