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Jette Clover

Curator

Dutch Textile Museum

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Background Information

Employment History

Fibres West Inc


Affiliations

Studio Art Quilt Associates Inc

Member


Quilt Art

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ArtsEtc

Founding Member


SAQA

Member


Education

Journalism


MA

Art History and Management and International Relations


Web References(32 Total References)


Jette Clover : Belbium - Wrapt Art Retreat 2017 Tutor | | Wrapt in Rocky

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Jette Clover : Belgium
Jette Clover was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, but she has lived and worked for many years in the US and the Netherlands. Since 2005 she has been living in Antwerp, Belgium. Her formal education is in journalism and art history. She has worked on a daily newspaper in Copenhagen, had an art gallery in Los Angeles, California, and later was curator at the Dutch Textile Museum for more than 10 years, where she organized the very first European Art Quilt exhibition in 1997. Since 1998 she has worked full time as a studio artist. She has exhibited widely in USA, Europe and Asia, and she is a sought after teacher for workshops in surface design. Jette has been a member of the European group Quilt Art since 2000, and since 1998 she has been a member of SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Association) and served as the international representative for three years.


Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #82

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Keeping Track of Time: Quilts and Collages by Jette Clover
Although Jette Clover uses the quilt form (three layers stitched together) in many of her works, her compositions in cloth do nothing more to address that stylistic tradition. Instead, they push the boundaries of what is considered cutting-edge craft to include fine art in fiber, as evidenced in her latest pieces on display in April. Her largely tonal compositions often feature scraps of writing, subtle markings, and show amazing dexterity with materials. Clover explains the impetus to her own work best when she states, "I find a compelling beauty in the textured surfaces of peeling paint, corroded metal, ripped paper and mended cloth. And I am fascinated by the random marks often left behind on these surfaces showing the process and transformation caused by time and the elements." Clover's work is represented in many international public and private collections, including the American Museum of Art and Design. A resident of Cocoa, Florida since 2001, Clover is the former curator of the Dutch Textile Museum in Tilburg, Netherlands, and is responsible for staging the first European art quilt exhibition there in 1997. The author of four books on fiber art, Clover is a founding member of ArtsEtc, a Florida fiber and design group that meets monthly at the Harris House Annex. Jette Clover, Thermofax Silk-Screening Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street


wraptinrocky.com.au

Jette Clover : Belgium
Jette Clover was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, but she has lived and worked for many years in the US and the Netherlands. Since 2005 she has been living in Antwerp, Belgium. Her formal education is in journalism and art history. She has worked on a daily newspaper in Copenhagen, had an art gallery in Los Angeles, California, and later was curator at the Dutch Textile Museum for more than 10 years, where she organized the very first European Art Quilt exhibition in 1997. Since 1998 she has worked full time as a studio artist. She has exhibited widely in USA, Europe and Asia, and she is a sought after teacher for workshops in surface design. Jette has been a member of the European group Quilt Art since 2000, and since 1998 she has been a member of SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Association) and served as the international representative for three years.


Joan Schulze - Archive

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There are 141 full color plates, an extensive bibliography, introduction by Constance Howard, MBE, former head of Goldsmith's Textile Department, London, England, and essays by noted people in the arts - Jette Clover, curator at the Dutch Textile Museum; Dyana Curreri, Director of Art at Washington State University, Pullman.


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Dyana Curreri, & Jette Clover
Essays by Jette Clover, curator at the Dutch Textile Museum and Dyana Curreri, Director, Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman. Looking for Beauty, Jette Clover


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