The premise of Personal Perception: The Line Drawn Between Art and Fashion is to question the distinctions between these two forms. Goglia accomplishes this with the use of the same design elements repeated on different materials: paper and silk. At the same time she emphasizes and employs state of the art digital printing machines used to create the prints and scarves in this series. She employs traditional techniques such as painting and sewing as well.
Goglia utilizes unusual combinations of standard art materials and not so standard art materials to create collages, prints, tapestries, and Nesola silk scarves. These multiple formats provide a context for questioning the boundaries between Art and Fashion.
Personal Perception, in the large picture asks, “What is Art?” Goglia asks this question filtered through the lens of fashion.