Artist of the Corridor
"Beads have been used as currency, adornments, status symbols, counting devices, religious objects and have been part of the human story for thousands of years. They seem to be hardwired into the human brain, eliciting universal emotional responses to their diminutive beauty. They have been produced from hundreds of natural and synthetic materials. Their shape, size and colors are infinite," Spencer said.
The Urbana Free Library & Urbana Public Arts Program proudly sponsors this month’s Artist of the Corridor exhibition, BEADWORK by local artist Judie Spencer.
BEADWORK is a collection of beadweaving art exploring pattern, landscapes, and design.