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Learn a new technique – wet-felting – by creating a small fiber vessel. Fiber artist Vogel’s professional background in weaving and graphic design influences her treatment of textile works through a keen sense for composition and line and the haptic aspects of fiber.
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The bumpy surface of a small barnacle, the bulbous joints along the length of a gnarled twig, a chunk of iridescent moss bulging from a crevice – these are what fuel Marianne Vogel’s creative urge. Her goal as a fiber artist is to echo the sentiment of Nature’s geometrical gifts.
Working with wool and other fiber, textiles and miscellaneous materials, Vogel creates patterned layers through various techniques—wet-felting wool, slow stitching linen, and beading surfaces. Intrinsic basic shapes and line elements remain constant in her visual language toolbox.