Southeast Fibers Educators Association (SEFEA)

Artwork by Candace Edgerley

 

Candace Edgerley teaches at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C., and at the Art League School in Old Town Alexandria, Va. She has recently been exploring monoprints and deconstructed screen-printing on textiles. Edgerley’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in Korea, Japan, Germany, and France. Her work is in private and permanent collections, including the Corcoran Museum, Kaiser Permanente, and David Copperfield. She has served as President of the International Surface Design Association and is a member of New Image, a local group of artists that exhibit nationally. Edgerley has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from Northern Illinois University, with additional studies at the Corcoran College of Art + Design. Edgerley enjoys exploring a variety of textile techniques. One of those techniques is deconstructed screen-printing. Using various textured materials, thickened dye, and a silkscreen, an image is created and screened onto fabric. After processing, the fabric is layered with a thin batting and free motion machine quilted.


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