Interfibers Studio Gallery

Artist in Door County, Wendy Carpenter, finds in her fine handwoven art of fiber wall sculptures & tapestries the oportunity to create in an impressionist style through personal borderline abstract-literal interpretations. Fiber wall hangings,  sculptures, and paper collage work capture the emotion and power of nature by abstracting the natural world! And evoking the boho chic - organic life we are all inlove with.

Custom Artwork made in Winsconsin by Wendy Carpenter

Custom Art Work in Door County WI

Commissioned artwork available, for memorial pieces, monuments, home decor, interior design and more. Evoking organic experiences!

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Boho Chic Design Pieces

What is inspiring your soul today?

Boho Wall trapestry Minnesota

Allow yourself to feel the experience.

Custom Made Wall Art Door County Interior design

Boho Interior Design has come to stay in our hearts.

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Organic lifestyle is so attractive in this world that seems ought to be busy and productive all day. Fill your spaces with elegant and relaxing pieces while you also take advantage of the noise cancelling properties of fibers.

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Noise Cancelling Art

Use fiber sculptures to help with noise
insulation. 

One of the benefits of Fiber Art is that it can be designed to dampen noise in offices and
open spaces by absorbing sound bettering acoustics everywhere.

The best materials for sound absorption are fibers! Natural materials are becoming a
valid alternative to traditional synthetic ones for sound absorption treatments. In particular, in recent years, natural fibers have been considered
valid raw materials for producing sound absorbing panels at a reduced cost.

How do fibrous materials absorb sound?

Acoustics, as science, deals with sound creation and transmission through materials. Sound
and light waves share same vibrational system as these waves creating pressure
during propagation due to the nature of fluctuation in the material.

As per Science Direct website, “the acoustic absorption mechanism of fibrous materials
could be mainly attributed to the air viscous effect, which convert acoustic energy into thermal energy. Furthermore, the relationship between various
measured parameters and bulk density has been established.”

Fibers often have good thermal insulation properties, have no harmful effects on health, and
are available in large quantities often as a waste product of other production
cycles. Following some studies about the acoustic properties of some natural
materials, it’s relevant to mention the following natural fibers: kenaf, wood,
hemp, coconut, cork, cane, cardboard, and sheep wool, as amazing tools for
sound absorption.

In our commissioned art work, we would advise on the perforated plate and the density
of the porous material that would significantly affect the acoustic impedance and sound absorption coefficient of the piece.

It’s always amazing how
practical can art become.

For acoustic proposes, the piece needs to extend out of the wall at least 4 inches. It can
be up to 18 inches, and our preferred fibers for this type of commissionate artwork would always be yarn, natural yarns and cotton fabric which dampens
acoustics as a cotton ball would absorb water .

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Public Spaces, Schools and Colleges, Organizations, Art Collectors, Houses with Amazing taste and Memories

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"Interfibers evokes personal experience with each viewer!"

Wendy Carpenter

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