Find of the Week: Patricia Ayres

With a degree in Fashion Design as well as Fine Art, Brooklyn-based artist, Patricia Ayres works in the mediums of Fashion Design and Sculpture.  Located in a hundred year old factory in an industrial part of Brooklyn, New York, Ayres takes advantage of the materials constantly discarded by her industrial neighbors.  Her work is process based, and relies on the transformation and manipulation of materials. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Patricia Ayres.  For more information, visit Patricia Ayre’s site.


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