Judith Ingram

Last Modified: November 1, 2001

Judith Ingram - Agaza
Judith Ingram
Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Agaza
Handbuilt paper, fabric
6 feet, 9 x 17 x 11 inches
1993
Catalog No. 20

The summer of 1993 was the summer of radiation. I'd had a malignant lump removed from my breast. Even though the radiation only took a few minutes, the hour- and-a-half drive from our home made it take the better part of four hours out of our day. Obviously, this left me little time to be in my studio.

When I did get to my studio, it was a joy. I worked on Agaza all summer. When it was finished, I experienced a great sense of fulfillment. I had put the cancer behind me and created something new.

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