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Mo Kelman is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, sculptor Mo Kelman has taught at leading New England arts institutions and shown her work in more than 50 exhibitions across the United States and in Europe, Japan and Korea. In her current work, Kelman dyes elastic fabric “skins” using her own innovations on a Japanese shibori method, stretches them over bamboo or wire structures and tethers them to the wall.
Zouave dress ca. early 1860s. Three pieces (bodice, skirt, bolero jacket). Jacket and skirt of light caramel brown silk faille with shirred white tulle trim on sleeves and velvet ribbon and lace motifs. Bodice of white canvas covered in front with brown taffeta; closes front with 11 buttons. Danish National Museum