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A person wearing a green sweater is wearing the apron while standing against a grey background. They are holding the apron out to either side, untied to show the print. The print is a loosely drawn, large-scale, abstract pattern with pastel purples, pinks, muted blues, and dark greens on tan, with a black background behind the platter referencing shapes. The same person is wearing the apron while standing against a grey background—this time, the apron is cinched around their waist and tied in a knot in the front.

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Betty Woodman x FWM

Platters (apron)

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Description

Brighten up any studio or kitchen with this apron made of Betty Woodman’s Platters yardage. During her time in the FWM studios, Woodman designed multiple yardages, each one unique, abstract, and colorful. Originally printed in 1980, Platters was voted to be printed again during FWM’s 2021 Spring Benefit.

Betty Woodman, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

Screenprinted on cotton sateen

33.5 inches top to bottom (not including neck strap)

37.5 inches side to side

Model is 5′ 6″

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Meet the Artist

Betty Woodman

Internationally renowned as a ceramic artist, Betty Woodman pushed traditional pottery and its vocabulary into the world of sculpture and even textiles. Exploring the relationship between many mediums, Woodman sought to create work that conveyed joy, beauty, and exuberance.