Felt In Hand blends a sophisticated color palette with shadow & movement,
creating harmony and intrigue with felt.
Felt In Hand Contemporary Art
Newly Commissioned Work – “Connections”
Using the natural material of wool, hand dyed in the studio, PJ creates contemporary art through the traditional method of Feltmaking.
“Designing and fabricating this tapestry spoke to me of how I build connections throughout my life.
No matter how brief our interactions, the quality of our connection to others flows forward effecting our lives and the lives of those around us.”
Also offered is a new series of Glow Structures™. Glow Boxes™ are contemporary wall hangings while Glow Tubes™ are freestanding installations. Both feature a combination of colorful felted wool and silk chiffon accented by pinpoints of cool LED lighting. Detailed information and photographs of all felt art designs by Felt In Hand are on display in The Collections.
Take The Tour
Get acquainted with PJ and her work as she guides you through her Felt In Hand studio.
Earlier this month I blogged about the installation of the tack-able surface on a wall in my Studio, commonly called an Idea Wall. That surface now has its’ off-white canvas cover and looks great! I used this surface last week as the background to take images for a video, due to be out by the [...]
It became apparent that I needed another tack-able surface on this blank wall where I do my “dry layout” in the studio. I have heard artists call a wall like this an Idea wall, an Inspiration wall, the place for new thoughts to be on hold for the future! This new Idea Wall will be [...]
Long before we picked up stakes, sold a thriving business and moved lock, stock and barrel into to the 1890 refurbished commercial building we now call home, Salida had an ArtWalk. In fact it was that unplanned detour off of Highway 50 that first took us to the little town at the foot of the [...]
Using dyes and wool (rather than pigments and canvas), I “paint” Network Tapestry™. How is this possible? Consider traditional paintings. They start out with a flat, white surface. Yes, layers of pigment are added and shaped somewhat, but in the end, it is still two dimensional. For me, I begin with just a single [...]