Photographs of artwork: 'The Archivist's Apron' by Connie Flynn
- Held At: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
- Title: Photographs of artwork: 'The Archivist's Apron' by Connie Flynn
- Description: "Bundles of bills - Tools - Trade - Weights - Measures - Rules - 'Crew of the Delawar' records - these are a few of my inspirational things!
"The Archivist's Apron is a direct response to documents and objects used for recording. Recycled cloth was used to construct the apron. The fragile, discoloured paper applied to the surface, represents the bundle of bills. Trapunto (stuffed quilting method) highlights the tools in the archive. Finally, the rich red contrasting ribbon and stitches signifies the documents marked with seals."
Inspired by DE/R/B387
- Date: 2015
- Extent: 2 digital items
- Format: Photograph, digital
- Accession Number: Off Acc 1857
- Document Reference: HALS/TT2/1/22
- Level: File
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