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The Victoria Walsh Exhibit

About Her Exhibit…

My work is texture inspired. Shadows, light play and layers add to the depth of my fiber art and practice.

This piece was made during a recent residency at The Art and History Museums in Maitland FL, right before leaving my hometown and moving to Knoxville TN.

I had felt a pull to move and study in the Appalachian art community.

I felt myself desiring new additions to my medium. Fiber, supplemented by clay and slip.. a change, a shift, a new layer.

I envisioned myself in this dress, in the woods outside of Knoxville, with macrame draped over my shoulders and the whole thing dipped and dried in clay clip left in the fragility of a ceramic greenware state.

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When I read the prompt, I knew I wanted to do a food recipe that reflected how strong my mom is. Strength can be shown in different ways and one of those ways is through adaptability and making the best of what you have. My mom has always inspired me to be a better person and an even better baker. I created Girls Gotta Eat Good Asian Bakery because she taught me to love food and to share that love with everyone.

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