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Collins, Victoria

Victoria Collins

Home Decor
Stanley

Victoria Collins

thewoolshed.net
I am a shepardsess, spinner, and weaver (beginner). I raise my own wool and angora fiber. All my handspuns yarns are from my Rambouillete and Tunis Sheep, angora rabbits. Spinning fibers for spinners range all weights from ounces to pounds. I make art batts, and yarn blends, dyed yarns, and an array of natural colors. No commercial yarn used in my weavings, that are usuable throws and table runners. Shawls from triangle of all colors and natural, and woven rectangular offerings. Taking part in the annual East Mtn Farm & Studio Tour, Heart of NM Fiber Festival, Santa fe Fall Fiber Festival, and several offering Fiber events at Golondranis. Open for appointmanet opportunities. We raise replacement lambs that are available thru June 15 each year. l
Collins, Victoria

Victoria Collins

Home Decor
Stanley

Victoria Collins

thewoolshed.net
I am a shepardsess, spinner, and weaver (beginner). I raise my own wool and angora fiber. All my handspuns yarns are from my Rambouillete and Tunis Sheep, angora rabbits. Spinning fibers for spinners range all weights from ounces to pounds. I make art batts, and yarn blends, dyed yarns, and an array of natural colors. No commercial yarn used in my weavings, that are usuable throws and table runners. Shawls from triangle of all colors and natural, and woven rectangular offerings. Taking part in the annual East Mtn Farm & Studio Tour, Heart of NM Fiber Festival, Santa fe Fall Fiber Festival, and several offering Fiber events at Golondranis. Open for appointmanet opportunities. We raise replacement lambs that are available thru June 15 each year. l
Poulsen, Lise

Lise Poulsen

Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Home Decor, Contemporary
Penasco

Lise Poulsen

gauchoblue.com
I've been working with fibre for over 30 years, in manifestations from knitting through fine hand-made paper and books to felt in many forms.
I love to play with colour and texture, and my latest work - colourful little creatures called 'Bosch Monsters' surprises and delights my visitors - and me!
Our gallery is open May through October, but my work can usually be seen somewhere local and on our website all year round.
Trujillo, Felicia R.

Felicia R. Trujillo

Contemporary, Traditional
Santa Fe

Felicia R. Trujillo

I am from Espanola. I got into willow work by learning to make chairs. My teacher, Michael Emmons from Big Sur. CA taught in early 2000 at a school in Rockland, ME. A couple years later I apprenticed with Lorenzo Armijo from Pena Blanca, a small community near Cochiti, south of Santa Fe. He taught me the more Spanish style of basketry known as Madeira. Later on I met Bob Allalunis of Taos. He showed me another style of basketry called Moises. I have also studied the styles of various pueblo basket makers from San Juan, Santa Clara and Hopi who really emphasize more beauty and perfection. My work leans more on the practical rustic style. It all started after tiring of tossing broken plastic laundry baskets away.