Jamet, Louise,

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Jamet, Louise,

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1950(?)-2010(?)

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Louise Jamet was a Montréal artist and Professor in the Fine Arts Department of Bishop's University in the late 20th, early 21st century. She attended Montréal Museum of Fine Arts School (1973-74), obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts (1978) and Masters of Fine Arts (1984) from Université du Quebéc a Montréal. She worked with sewing and embroidery, which, although using similar materials of thread and fabric, are different in purpose. The geometric patterns are inspired from folk art and kept as simple as possible so as not to draw the attention away for the process. Her work is a reflection on the original purpose and the process of sewing and embroidery.

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Press release for 1987 exhibition of Fiber art at Bishop's Champlain Gallery in Lennoxville, Québec.
Art Collection files: Louise Jamet "Curriculum Vitae".

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