About the Artist

Meeta Mastani is an internationally known print/dye artist, design specialist and community development advocate.


  • Click here to view photos from the final residency event, "Tactile Textiles: Color and Culture." You can view photo albums from Meeta's entire residency on SmugMug by clicking here.

  • Meeta Mastani combines playful images and natural colors to create hand printed textiles of modern India with Earth Play at the Madison Children's Museum, on display in the windows through the end of January.

  • In collaboration with Associate Professor Mary Hark (Design Studies), Meeta has created an artist book with handmade paper made of un-ginned cotton, flax and abaca, and dyed with natural colors. The book will contain some of Meeta's textile art and that of her students while they were learning the process. The book will be gifted to the Kohler Art Library.



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