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ABIGAIL DOAN

by , 03/15/05
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Abigail Doan, Inhabitat Writers, Inhabitat contributing writer, art and style editor, inhabitat
Abigail Doan is a fiber, mixed media, and environmental installation artist based in NYC and Siena, Italy. She has worked and traveled as a documentary film researcher, an art director for digital media and 3D design projects, and as an outreach coordinator for environmental education initiatives. Educated at Princeton University and Purchase College, she has exhibited her artwork in numerous shows internationally and is also a featured artist on Greenmuseum.org, the online environmental art museum. When not writing about art, craft, gardening, and fiber, Abigail is busy getting her hands dirty restoring a 14th century farmhouse in rural Tuscany. She and her husband are using local reclaimed materials while abiding by strict historic and regional preservation codes. She is also currently designing and crocheting air loft “canopy” gardens and is creating a fiber and vegetation based jewelry collection.

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4 Comments

  1. Inhabitat » INHAB... November 5, 2007 at 2:11 pm

    [...] honor of our New York writer Abigail’s adorable newborn twin boys, Inhabitat is launching the ‘Inhabitots’ series to bring you [...]

  2. Inhabitat » Annou... October 29, 2007 at 11:05 am

    [...] are excited to announce that our fabulous New York writer Abigail has recently given birth to two adorable twin boys. In honor of this happy occasion, Inhabitat is [...]

  3. Don Carlson October 16, 2007 at 1:42 pm

    Hello,
    You might check out what Ron Classen is doing with a Muller Dynamo
    http://home.mchsi.com/~actt2/index.html

  4. Inhabitat » GREAT... September 18, 2007 at 12:26 pm

    [...] done so with a real commitment to green restoration and context-sensitive design. Inhabitat writer Abigail Doan and her husband Ludmil Andreani Pandeff have been restoring a 14th century property in rural [...]

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