About the Book
19 beautiful Rugs! All size is 4'- 0 x 6'- 0
Made in Tibet ....!
FXW children were inspired by nature to create images that reflect their artistic ability in simple form. Using colored paper and skilled cutting, the children created vibrant reflections of God’s natural world. These images were produced into classroom rugs, a significant symbol to FXW classrooms. The classroom rugs are a place where community is created, topics are discussed , conflicts are resolved, and where we come together in prayer. We owe a special thank you to Anoush Bargamian and Julie Johnson for inspiring FXW children to express their appreciation of nature through visual art. This 20th anniversary project allowed us to merge a significant symbol of FXW with artistic expression from our children.
Artistic preparation Liam Murtaugh
The Frances Xavier Warde School:
Ordanisation and Event Design: Interior Design Senior Students from the
Harrington College of Design, Chicago
... worked for over 35 years as an Interior Designer all over Europe and N America having his own interior design company since 1984. ... moved from Switzerland to Chicago in 1999. Since then: Interior Design Educator at the Harrinton College of Designand an Interior Designer working for Chicago based firms and clients. KlickInteriors: http://www.flickr.com/photos/klickli/sets/72157607154849939/ Commute Chicago: http://www.flickr.com/photos/klickli/sets/72157614622821850/