Fiber Art: Fiber Artists at Work
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Talya Baharal working in the WSW papermaking studio In 2002, three regional artists were invited to work with the fibers. For this project Eugenie Barron, a master papermaker, joined the staff. Ken Gray, a printmaker; Talya Baharal, a sculptor; and Allison Knowles, a fluxus artist; each spent a week working with Eugenie on a new body of work incorporating the ArtFarm fibers and papers.
Interview with Maximo Laura – Maximo Laura Tapestries
Stitch and Bitch
Simone Pheulpin at work, photo courtesy of Simone Pheulpin : "The material I use for my artworks is very simple: raw cotton bands that I still find from the Vosges – my native region in eastern France."
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Jacqui Fink of Little Dandelion uses giant knitting needles and chunky wools to craft exquisite one-of-a-kind creations.
Style Insight: Close Knit
Artist-in-Residence, Megan Stroech working in the Wyly painting studio. Megan incorporates various textiles into her work, including felts and faux-furs.
'Needlepoint Haven' Designer: Kaffe Fassett, Kaffe Fasset Studio London-based American artist Kaffe Fassett is best known for his textiles, needlepoint, and quilts. His garden shed offers spools of thread, skeins of yarn, and bolts of cloth for creative hands to weave while being inspired by the gardens outdoors.
Kaffe Fassett, Kaffe Fasset Studio