My years in the gallery allowed me to establish a network of contacts with artists, galleries, and the Montana Arts Council.
Everything about my artist’s journey so far has been based on learning from my life experiences and through interactions with other visual artists in my community.
Fiber is an interesting medium because in most cases the effects of color rely on optical mixture, mixing in the eye, rather than physical mixture, as in mixing paints
We spoke with three women who have different approaches to marketing and selling their work.
We spoke with three fiber artists who use very different techniques, and asked them: What do you do? How do you earn money with your art?
One reason for cultivating more than one method of earning is to keep your income steady throughout the year.
I’ve been in a long-term love affair with acrylic ink on watercolor paper for the past ten years.
My signature is a technique I developed for weaving glass, which allows me to create large scale sculptures by melting glass in the flame at a table top torch.
I was initially traditionally trained in Architectural Glass using a pencil, fine line pens and graph paper.