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Wool and Silk Coat – by Kami Watson

Kami Watson


This piece is part of Stellar Objectives, the current exhibit in the Folk Art Center’s Main Gallery. Stellar Objectives features the work of the newest members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild creating work in fiber, clay, glass, metal and wood.

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Stellar Objectives is on display until January 19, 2020 during regular open hours of the Folk Art Center.

  • Wood, reclaimed silk; nuno felted
  • This piece will be shipped after the close of the exhibition on January 19th, 2020
  • Shipping cost will be determined and billed at that time
  • Made in 2017

“A nomadic past with a focus on environmental conservation and humanitarian services has exposed me to global influences in design and culture and has fostered my desire to create functional and visual art with an ecological sensitivity.

As a second generation fiber artist, I freely explore the traditional art of wet felting, the fusing of raw fibers into a textile form with soap, water, and agitation, as well as the contemporary technique of nuno felting.

I combine renewable natural fiber resources, reclaimed fabrics, and my own hand-dyed fibers and fabrics to organically create each of my designs.  I allow the materials I use, and influences and experiences in my life, past and present, to guide me instinctively in color and design.”

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