Galia Bernstein was born and raised in Israel. She move to New York in 1999 to study at Parsons School of Design graduating in 2003 she now works as a textile print artist and freelance illustrator. She works directly on the computer using a wacom tablet, and loves using patterns and texture, unexpected colors and limited palettes. The style is elegant and decorative and very much influenced by her work as a textile artist.
Alice R. Ballard
Widely recognized as one of the world's leading polymer clay artists, Kathleen Dustin has been a pioneer, an educator, and source of inspiration for those interested in this emerging medium. Her exquisite art jewellry pays attention to the natural forms she finds in the
woods of New Hampshire. Here you will find information about Kathleen,
her artistic vision, see examples of her earlier and latest unique polymer
work, check her current show and workshop schedule, visit her blog, and
have the opportunity to contact her.
Love it! Just random gatherings woven together....
..."I spend my time amazed by nature. I weave original one-of-a-kind vessels and assembled collages of multiple layers of weaving, stitching, tying, encaustic, and paint that work around the edges of traditional techniques. Most materials are hand gathered. A small listing includes, but is not limited to, seagrass roots, bull sea kelp, roots, beaver sticks, barks, willow and native grasses"... Shannon Weber