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Wendy Carpenter interfibers@gmail.com Project Title“Creating Revenue Through the Arts” I was born in Duluth, MN, on July 16, 1956, and grew up on a farm near Green Bay, WI. I studied art at the Denise Miller Weaving Studio in Taos, NM., the evergreen state college in Olympia, WA  and completed my art degree at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a focus on an  American modernist art fiber art. I established Interfibers Studio Gallery in 1981 and have over 40 years of experience working with the fiber arts. In 2009 I created a project "Creating revenue through the Arts” to help the...

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The Contemporary fine art of fiber wall sculptures and hangings by Wendy Carpenter reveal her personal expressionism style derived from borderline “abstract-literal” interpretations. Her work captures the emotion and power of objects through abstracting the natural world. Wendy Carpenter                         “Sister Trees” In 2010 The Clearing commissioned me to create a fiber wall sculpture in memory of Mertha Fulkerson; who aided Jen Jenson’s vision for the clearing for 26 years. Mertha was an avid weaver during the 30’s and 40’s. “Sister Trees” (a well known Clearing land mark) fiber art shadow box is woven with Mertha’s  hand weaved drapery fabric....

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The Contemporary fine art of fiber wall sculptures and hangings by Wendy Carpenter reveal her personal expressionism style derived from borderline “abstract-literal” interpretations. Her work captures the emotion and power of objects through abstracting the natural world.                                    Wendy Carpenter    “The Mayan Women” My fiber Mayan fiber portrait represents the Mayan woman of Guatemala. It’s a commemorative work in honor of the indigenous lifestyle and their ability to preserve their traditions. To create my personal expression of the Mayan woman I re-purposed their hand weaved...

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The Contemporary fine art of fiber wall sculptures and hangings by Wendy Carpenter reveal her personal expressionism style derived from borderline “abstract-literal” interpretations. Her work captures the emotion and power of objects through abstracting the natural world.                                                Wendy Carpenter  “A Poppy”  A Poppy peddle is the richest orange color of all shades of orange; however, it quickly fades and falls apart after it’s cut from the earth. I saw the expressionism Poppy tapestry design as I played with...

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 "Weaving in a paper makers world" class #28 at www.theclearing.org Students will start with making paper pulp with natural fibers ( hemp, paper wasp hives, pine needles) and continue with learning how to pull fiber sheets from a wet paper-vat. The dry paper sheets can be cut into strips and semi-dry paper rolled into small paper rods. The paper strips or rods are hand-weaved on a one foot square steel frame. Multiple steel frames can also be purchased ($15each) for 3-Dimensional designs or murals. Students may also bring a found-object to re-purposed as their metal weaving frame, any shape is ok,...

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