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Works by Lynette Reed

Lynette Reed has been a fiber artist for 40 years, as a weaver, spinner, dyer, felter, and sculptor. She has mastered the ancient art of marbling and the art of bookbinding. In her new show, “Made to be Marbled” – Inspirations in Papier- Mâché, Lynette displays works using several techniques, and lots of color. Says Lynette, “Creating during Covid has been a challenge. I had already decided to delve into making papier-mâché vessels that could be marbled and I chose a recipe that uses toilet paper. Then the hoarding began and I had trouble purchasing it! I am happy to say that I was able to create all of the papier-mâché pieces for the exhibit with only 2 rolls! As the months passed, I built the vessels, marbled them, collaged on them and even embellished with wire, wood, feathers, silk, felt and beads. Each piece incorporates both papier-mâché and marbling techniques.”