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Jamie Lynn Williams is a fiber artist, employing hand and machine embroidery as an intricate form of marking. Her general practice features various types of needlework from embroidery to needle tatting. In her work Williams uses these thought-to-be constricting, decorative, and somewhat antiquated crafts to develop an expressive language. Williams’ work exists in the tension between craft and fine art, never settling on one formula for merging these contexts. The artist’s role as maker and
B.A. Art and Psychology, Smith College, 2015
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