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Sharron Parker

"This piece might be the only one like it in the world---as I work, I am sometimes struck (and a little scared) by this thought, since fiber artists are still discovering the potential of this ancient technique."

When Sharron Parker first saw 2,500-year-old felts from Siberian tombs, she was drawn to the technique of felting. The simplicity of working combed wool in hot water until the fibers lock allows her to work spontaneously, and often experimentally.
As she creates a piece of felt, Parker might have an image in mind: a rock, a fossil, or a moth wing. Or she might just want to play with color, or capture the effect of light on an iridescent shard of pottery. But then, as she joins felts together, cuts into the surface, and stitches with more yarns, the piece evolves into something all of its own and never before seen.
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Sketches/Dingle Bay
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 2,800
Aegean Summer
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 500
Aegean Summer II
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 500
Prophecy VI
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 950
Tunic II
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 1,000
Tunic
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 1,000
Stillness II
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 2,600
Earth Forces
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 4,500
Phoenix
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 1,400
Stillness IV
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 2,100
Crosscurrents
Fiber Wall Hanging

$ 2,100
Selected Exhibitions & Awards
American Craft Council shows, MD, Baltimore, 2009, 1999, 1998,1996,1995
American Craft Council shows, GA, Atlanta, 2012, 1998, 1991
American Craft Council shows, CA, San Francisco, 1989, 1985
American Craft Council shows, NY, Rhinebeck, 1983
Art in Embassies, Armenia, US Embassy, 2002 - 2005