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The wedding dress designed and created by Phillips has a screenprinted and embriodered satin bodice depicting a stylized image representing sunshine, blue skys and flowers. The blue circle image representing God, the colour of the flower is red for the Son of God and the white rays for the Holy Spirit- symbols within symbol.



In the 70's Phillips screen printed many items of clothing with mostly one off images - individual art pieces including these skirts.


She printed and embriodered a range of objects including hankies, cushion covers, table cloths, napkins, bags, pillows and wall hangings.

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