Artists and Makers – Textiles, Fibers

Banner Image by Mi-Kyoung Lee

Ceramics, Functional
Ceramics, Sculptural
Mixed Media
Textiles, Fibers
Textiles, Wearable

Betty Leacraft

She blends multiple techniques/processes creating works blurring lines between art quilts, wearable art, sculpture, and installation.

Claudia Mills Studio

Claudia Mills Studio designs and manufacturers one-of-a-kind handwoven pieces.

Dianne Koppisch Hricko

Dianne Koppisch Hricko is a printmaker and painter currently working with dyes on fabrics and paper.

Gerri Spika

Gerri creates bold, luminescent color and anthropomorphic shape in pieced, printed and painted textile wall pieces.

Heather Ujiie

I create large scale panoramic landscapes that hang as “digital tapestries” and my work also integrates painting, fiber material play exploration of notions around the body and experimental fashion.


My obsessive passion for yarnbombing has expanded into larger installations and different cities across the United States.

Janell Wysock Textiles

Janell’s ambition is to compose high quality textiles that contribute to quality of life through projects using sustainable practices.

Joyce Barker-Schwartz

Visceral 3D & 2D artwork which display geometric patterns carefully planned, graphed, and painted.

Juicebox Workshop

Using repurposed textiles, Julie creates wearable pieces and impressionistic landscapes that convey her passion for nature, memory, and creative reuse.

Kate Leibrand

Philadelphia area artist Kate Leibrand creates textile-based artwork that is mesmerizing with its large-scale repetitious patterning.The dense mass of fabric forms are inspired by her interest in nature and its prolific ability to grow and regenerate.

Melissa Maddonni Haims

Melissa Maddonni Haims creates knit graffiti, soft sculpture, and large-scale installations using knitted and crocheted yarns.

Mi-Kyoung Lee

Lee is a Professor and Head of the Craft and Material Studies program at University of the Arts. Her work is shown internationally.

Nancy Middlebrook

When I started weaving more than twenty years ago, it was like falling in love,  a homecoming.

The Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers

The Philadelphia Guild of  Philadelphia is a center for a wide range of fiber arts including weaving, spinning, felting, basketry, chair caning, embroidery, knitting & crocheting and much more.

Roantree Weaves

Ann Roantree designs and weaves of one of a kind and limited edition contemporary handwoven rugs and interior textiles.

Tim Eads

Rigid geometries and digital designs have been echoing through my work for decades.

Weaver House

Weaver House is a yarn shop, textile studio and weaving school. We weave heirloom textiles in honor of craft tradition, to regain tactility and a hand-making consciousness within the home and in relation to the body.