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This profile was last updated on 1/1/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Founding Member

ArtsEtc
 
Background

Employment History

  • Curator
    Dutch Textile Museum

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Journalist, Art Historian, Curator and Fiber Artist
18 Total References
Web References
Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #82
www.floridaquiltnetwork.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
Keeping Track of Time: Quilts and Collages by Jette Clover
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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.
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Jette Clover, Thermofax Silk-Screening
Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street
Booksmart Studio
www.booksmartstudio.com, 21 Jan 2013 [cached]
Featured artists include Belgian artist Jette Clover, Canadian artists Pamela Allen and Dorothy Caldwell, and American artists Terry Jarrard-Dimond, Nelda Warkentin, Dominie Nash, Sylvia Einstein, Kathleen Loomis, Judith Plotner, and others.
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Featured artists include Belgian artist Jette Clover, Canadian artists
Quilting Information Article
www.thequiltercommunity.com, 28 June 2004 [cached]
The second annual Surface Design Association's Award went to Jette Clover for "Singing in the Key of Red" Clover is a journalist, art historian, curator and fiber artist. She was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, has lived 13 years in California and Seattle, WA, then 20 years in the Netherlands and since 2001 in Florida, where she works full time as a fiber artist and teaches design classes.
Singing in the Key of Red Jette Clover
Clover finds a compelling beauty in surfaces showing traces of aging and in the haphazard layering and markings caused by time and the elements.
Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #82
www.floridaquiltnetwork.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
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.
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Jette Clover, Thermofax Silk-Screening
Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street
Florida Quilt Shops and Quilting :: View topic - Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #82
www.floridaquilting.com, 13 April 2004 [cached]
Keeping Track of Time: Quilts and Collages by Jette Clover
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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.
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Jette Clover, Thermofax Silk-Screening
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