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Erin Gardner is a fiber artist and educator, and the founder of Grey Fox Felting. Erin has been working in the medium of felt since a serendipitous encounter with this magical art form in 2010. She loves sharing this accessible and meditative art form with others through teaching workshops and designing kits. Erin offers in-person and online workshops, a wide selection of felting supplies, and complete felting kits can be found at greyfoxfelting.com.

This piece is part of Erin's ETA 34 collection. In Erin's own words: "This body of work is a continuation of a body of felted work done in relief style that is focused of the idea of water, specifically the ocean, as sanctuary. The medium of felted wool is so fluid, creating the mass of a body and also sunlit watery depths. I started creating glimpses of the sea for these migrating humpbacks to take refuge in; appearing out of the water for just a moment before descending back out of sight."

Sanctuary 7

Regular price $ 325.00
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one of a kind
original art

Medium: Needle felted wool

Dimensions: 3.5" diameter
Framed: 5" diameter

Framed

New Hartford, New York, USA

woman artist

Erin Gardner is a fiber artist and educator, and the founder of Grey Fox Felting. Erin has been working in the medium of felt since a serendipitous encounter with this magical art form in 2010. She loves sharing this accessible and meditative art form with others through teaching workshops and designing kits. Erin offers in-person and online workshops, a wide selection of felting supplies, and complete felting kits can be found at greyfoxfelting.com.

This piece is part of Erin's ETA 34 collection. In Erin's own words: "This body of work is a continuation of a body of felted work done in relief style that is focused of the idea of water, specifically the ocean, as sanctuary. The medium of felted wool is so fluid, creating the mass of a body and also sunlit watery depths. I started creating glimpses of the sea for these migrating humpbacks to take refuge in; appearing out of the water for just a moment before descending back out of sight."