Barbara Brozik

Barbara Brozik, an Atlanta artist famous for her silkscreen work, was commissioned to design an art installation for a MARTA train station in the city. This project led to her becoming the subject of a 1988 film titled Moving Toward the Light: The Making of a Public Work of Art, which documents her process of creating the installation.
Her mixed media work Wall Weaving (1989) is part of Georgia's State Art Collection.


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Sanchez, Corina. "Barbara Brozik." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 21 July 2017. Web. 23 October 2019.
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