by Donald Kuspit
is one of the great woman fiber artists, working in the tradition established by Sonia Delaunay
and Anni Albers
, but boldly extending it into new esthetic territory. Their work is inseparable from the history of so-called “pure art,” and in fact was often much more adventurous, not to say innovative, than the work of their husbands, both by reason of its use of found material -- textile -- and by reason of its formal complexity.