POP ART RUGS

Dorothy Grebenak


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 Her hooked rugs differed from contemporary craft artists' fiber art in 
two significant ways: ---
 -   first, their Pop imagery made them more fine than folk art

-   second, they were intended not for use on the floor, 
but
 to be hung on the wall as a painting would be.


WHY ? cant art go on the FLOOR? I ask . . . . .does it really make it less ''art'' to walk on it?!!!!!
I am a real believer that all our BEST must be worn and used and walked on everyday . . . . .
I would Love to have a BUGATTI to drive in everyday also!