#1649198 Overall Influence

Margaret Wood

Navajo/Seminole fiber artist, fashion designer and quilt maker

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Margaret Wood is a Navajo-Seminole fiber artist, fashion designer, and quilt maker. Though she began her career as a teacher and librarian, Wood switched to fiber arts to allow her to express her creativity. She published Native American Fashion: Modern Adaptations of Traditional Designs, which for four decades was the only book focused on traditional native clothing and how it was modified in contemporary design. From 1990, Wood primarily became a quilter, displaying her works at numerous featured exhibitions throughout the United States, including such venues as the American Craft Museum in Manhattan; the Heard Museum of Phoenix, Arizona; the Riverside Metropolitan Museum of Riverside, California and the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian of Santa Fe, New Mexico, among many others.

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University of Denver

Private university in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States

Arizona State University

Public university located in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Arizona, United States

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#202695 World Rank
Literature