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Extreme Embroidery of Andrea Dezsö

Andrea Dezsö's "Lessons From My Mother" consists of 48 individually framed cotton squares embroidered with illustrated bits of off-the-wall, scurrilous, sometimes scatological, and often sickening lies and superstitions (among the less offensive: "My Mother Claimed That A Woman's Legs Are So Strong That No Man Can Spread Them If She Doesn't Let Him").  --The Wall Street Journal

Andrea Dezsö's "Lessons From My Mother" consists of 48 individually framed cotton squares embroidered with illustrated bits of off-the-wall, scurrilous, sometimes scatological, and often sickening lies and superstitions

Andrea Dezso's series of embroidered illustrations and superstitions are perhaps more than they seem. I see a great deal of truth in her mother's folkloric

Andrea Dezso's series of embroidered illustrations

Andrea Dezsö: Lessons From My Mother cotton and metallic floss embroidery on cotton fabric 2006 inches. Number of pieces in series: 50 © Andrea Dezsö

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embroidery Andrea Dezsö: Woman Walking in a Circle 2007 stop-action animation figures - cotton thread on cotton fabric Andrea .

Hunter | Gatherer: Text as Textile :: Andrea Dezso's "Lessons from my Mother"

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Andrea Dezso "My Mother Claimed that our Nanny had Six Puppy Dogs" 2006 Cotton and Metallic Floss Embroidery on Cotton Fabric

HWS: Seneca Review, Andrea Deszo

HWS: Seneca Review, Andrea Deszo

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Over the course of her career, Altoon Sultan has gone completely end-to-end across the landscape-abstraction continuum.

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