Zwear Crepe De Chine Scarves by Deborah Zwetsch Are Wearable Art

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Feb 1, 2010 • References: zwearscarf & accessoriescircle
Zwear scarves are Deborah Zwetsch’s original art, handpainted on silk crepe de chine which is stretched on a frame. They are brush-painted with thickened dye, heat set, and rinsed. The permanent dye and the "hand" of the silk are left in place. The direct painting method ensures that every image is unique.

Zwetsch holds a degree in Art Therapy and began painting on silk fifteen years ago, after exploring other painting and print media. Contact information is on her website. Stats for Handpainted Silk Scarves Trending: Older & Chilly
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