Mary Jarrett Wovens

From the kitchen table to art shows, I find it amazing that my avocation has become my vocation. I started taking weaving classes in my late 40’s, using a table loom on my kitchen table. We were living in the Chicago area and I was fortunate to come in contact with some wonderful weaving instructors,…

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J. Blough’s Weaving

Artist Statement As an occupational therapy student in 1984, I was exposed to weaving in “Craft 101” classes at East Carolina University. At the time, weaving was still a rehabilitative craft medium used with WWII and Vietnam veterans in rehabilitation and mental health facilities. So, in the therapy context, I studied which muscles were used…

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