Decorative Fibers

Victoria Lowe

I paint whimsical subjects using Aquarelles as watercolors as they bring a vivid yet chalky quality to my art. I then scan in the art and design pillows, table runners, towels, lampshades and accessories for the home. The art is printed onto fabric digitally to making it fully functional. I then cut and sew the fabric to complete the creative process.

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Victoria Lowe

Heidi Wetzel

It all started when in April of 1997, a course in basket weaving was offered in the nearby town of Easton. Since then, I have traveled the country and attended a number of weaving workshops with well-known artists. I participate in juried shows and exhibits in five states. In the past years, I have grown from assimilating the basics to creating works of art. My beginning was in fine and traditional wicker basketry, and I now weave with cedar bark, white and black ash, cane, paper, leather, sweet grass, as well as waxed linen, waxed sinew and hand spun yarn, and many more. I like to combine natural materials with beautiful pieces created by a potter, or hand-crafted beads. I like to add treasures found in nature. I delight in watching my creativity unfold through my weaving.

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

Heidi Wetzel

106 South Street 

Easton, MD 21601

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