Artworks
Fibers Installation
48" x 48"
2015
Fibers Installation
3.5' x 4'
2016
Wet and Needle Felt
3.5" x 1.75"
2007
Wet Felt
2011
Wet Felt
2011
Wet Felt
2011
Wet Felt
2008
Wet Felt
2008
Wet Felt
"Spring Thing" installation, March 1 - April 1, 2011.
2011
Fibers Installation
2012
Fibers Installation
St. Paul Art Crawl, Spring 2012, April 27-29
2012

Activity

  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Felt Monkey
    Wet and needle felted miniature monkey holding a banana.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Felt Vessel #3
    Wet felted vessel using wool roving and silk organza to create a three-dimensional form.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Felt Vessel #1
    Wet felt vessel molded from a three-dimensional object.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Felt Mocajete
    Wet felt vessel molded from a three-dimensional object.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Felt Rug
    Wet felted wool rug constructed using ancient techniques for surface design inlay.
  • Visitors participating in the Fiber Forest.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Fiber Forest
    Using cloth, felt, staples, and thread, unit 206 was transformed into an urban forest.  Tall, fleecy tree trunks led upward to a dyed silk sunrise inside the loft.    Lighting and a live dj spinning music created a participatory art space for visitors during the art crawl.
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Meditation Nest
    The tissue paper nest was created to represent intentional, individual space created while participating in a meditation Sangha.  This interactive sculpture accomodated one seated person and offered a tactile experience of meditation in the studio, honoring the mundane nature of daily practice by elaborating on sensual details of meditation.  The paper served to change patterns of light, heat, and sensation while sitting on the cushion.  After the installation, the sculpture was burned to ash…
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork To A Brick Wall
    To A Brick Wall, 2015   This piece, a site-specific installation, allows me to react to a space intuitively using prepared materials.  Instead of displaying finished work in a given space, the materials are given structure and completed on-site.  Dialogue between viewers and Artist is limited to this physical space for a short amount of time.  The installation will be documented but not recreated. The subtle movement of silk and its visual texture in the light, both natural and designed, are…
  • mollyscissorhand updated the Artwork Meditation Nest
    The tissue paper nest was created to represent intentional, individual space created while participating in a meditation Sangha.  This interactive sculpture accomodated one seated person and offered a tactile experience of meditation in the studio, honoring the mundane nature of daily practice by elaborating on sensual details of meditation.  The paper served to change patterns of light, heat, and sensation while sitting on the cushion.  After the installation, the sculpture was burned to ash…