Instead of the traditional paint, clay, glass, wood, or metal, the fiber artist uses textiles such as fabric or yarn for their creative expression. The artists here in Madison County find inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains and create unique pieces that can be displayed on walls or worn as clothing. These are one-of-a-kind works that reflect design and beauty in a three-dimensional form.

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Libby and Jim Mijanovich

Libby and Jim Mijanovich are truly masters at recycling old clothing into intricately designed fiber art. Their professional backgrounds in science, engineering and health care belie their gifts for color blending and design.
651 Long Branch Road Marshall, North Carolina 28753
(828) 649-0200

Ruth Gallagher

Hot Springs fiber artist Ruth Gallagher creates wool paintings and wool sculptures using local wool fiber found here in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
Hot Springs, North Carolina
(828) 622-3655

Selinde Lanier

After three years of designing woven upholstery for the commercial furniture market, Selinde is now pleased to have her own hand weaving studio in the Marshall High Studios.
115 Blannahassett Island Road Marshall, North Carolina 28753
(828) 674-7215

Madison County Tourism Development Authority

56 South Main Street
Mars Hill, NC 28754

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