Artworks

Sample of needle felted, Nuno felted and tule for grant application.

Tulle fabric, needle felted wool, Nuno felted wool, and light.
Length 16 foot and 6 foot wide long green tulle tapestry with a 3 foot long wool nuno felted fibers attached.
2016
Wool
4.5 inches by 2 inches
2014
Fiber: Needle-felted wool, Wire, glass base
This piece was 14 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
2016
Needle felted raw wool with natural colors
About 12 inches long and 6 inches wide. Was on display at Forager during the solo art show of, "To me it is personal."
2016
Soft sculpture of needle felted figures
There were 12 individual one of a kind soft sculptures that were each roughly varying 6-8 inches in height or length.
2016
Wool and wire inner frame.
20 inches tall and about 8 inches wide. Was on display during the La Messa Delle de Donne (Month long of women art show at RCTC).
2016
needle felted wool
24 inches length, by 14 inches in width, and 6 inches in height.
2015
needle felted wool
36 inches in length, 20 inches in width, and 5 inches in height.
2016
color pencil
Layout of design along the ceiling, floors and walls in the Rochester Art Center's accent gallery floor plan.
2016
Tulle fabric, needle felted wool
The tulle in the front walking into the corridor would be just the material no felted additions. Each color section about 16 feet long draped at a diagonal from ceiling to lower wall.
2016
Installation
Up on display from August 2017-October 2017.
2017
Needle felted fiber artwork
2016
Fiber: Needle-felted wool and steel wire
Adjustable for movement-- But 10inches tall and about 6 inches wide.
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool and foamboard
12" x 8"
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
5 inches x 5 inches
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
4 inches by 2 inches
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
5 in x 5 in
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
2.5 feet by 1 foot
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
3 feet by 2 feet
2011
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
24"x24"
2013
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
3D soft sculpture of wool needle felted around a wire skeleton. About 8 inches long and 6 inches tall.
2014
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
20"x20"
2015
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
28"x24"
2013
Fiber: Needle-felted wool
5 in x 5 in
2015

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  • Come join us for the artists talk and kickoff to the Semac grant, Seeking art through touch and needle felting. Artist talk hosted by Jeffrey Jurewicz at 1:30 and light refreshments during. Created by Amara Vercnocke, or also known as Amarama, via hand needle felting with wool, silks, alpaca, bison, and llama in order to create various soft sculptures or 3D reliefs with unique fibers that correspond to various colors in some pieces while textures in others. These soft sculptures are done in suc…
  • Amarama updated the Artwork The Many Faces of One
    The Many Faces of One 3' x 2'  Hand needle felted wool  This piece was based off of a dream I had.  As a self identifies as an artist, gender queer femme who is a mother, artist, caretaker, survivor of an experience resulting in PTSD, wife, a person with bipolar and more-- I am many things and not any one of those things solely defines who I am.   Yet each one is equally important in encompassing who I am in a variety of ways.  When I became a new mother life became that of a hectic circu…
  • I wish I was a Master Thief so I could steal your pain 12 inches by 8 inches  Needle felted wool soft sculpture of the figures and foam board for the base First and foremost I wanted this soft sculpture to reach out to both sides of an audience that both sides are understood and that both aspects are represented when taking care of a loved one with either mental, emotional or physical pain.  Non verbal body language is a very powerful thing for me in regards to conveying pain. Whether one see…
  • I wish I was a Master Thief so I could steal your pain 12 inches by 8 inches  Needle felted wool soft sculpture of the figures and foam board for the base First and foremost I wanted this soft sculpture to reach out to both sides of an audience that both sides are understood and that both aspects are represented when taking care of a loved one with either mental, emotional or physical pain.  Non verbal body language is a very powerful thing for me in regards to conveying pain. Whether one see…