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Looking Glass Rock – Framed Felted Landscape

Lorraine Cathey


Felted landscape of Looking Glass Rock.  Wool fibers are used to create a landscape painting using needle felting and wet felting.

  • Felted piece:  7 1/2″tall x 7″wide
  • Frame:  10″tall x 10″wide x 1 3/4″deep
  • Made in NC

1 in stock

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Lorraine Cathey

The beauty of the North Carolina Mountains is unparalleled. Working with wool fiber roving and other natural fibers I try to create 2D works of art that depict the beauty I see.


“While continuing to make authentic mohair teddy bears, something I began doing for my grandchildren, I branched out marketing them through shows and shops. I became intrigued with needle felting, a dry felting technique, and took classes at John C Campbell Folk School to learn the technique. I also began taking watercolor classes to learn the fundamentals of landscape painting.  North Carolina provides an endless array of possibilities for landscapes and I often can be seen driving the Blue Ridge Parkway and taking photographs for future work.”

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