Sharron Parker / Handmade Felt

Sharron Parker / Handmade Felt Handmade Felt Artist She continued her study in textiles with classes at Penland School of Crafts, where she has returned to teach workshops in feltmaking.
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Sharron Parker received an undergraduate degree from Duke University and a masters degree from UNC-Greensboro, studying education, art, and interior design. Her work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and, under the Art in Embassies Program, has recently been exhibited in Turkmenistan and Armenia. Member of Fiber Artists Collective: http://fiberartists.org/

Material World: The Exhibit just opened at the Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland County, NC. It is an internat...
07/29/2023

Material World: The Exhibit just opened at the Arts Council of

Fayetteville and Cumberland County, NC. It is an international fiber show and includes my piece Half-Timbered Wall / Monflanquin, France.

Today is the opening of a show of Michael Hamlin's ceramics and my felt at Piedmont Craftsmen in Winston-Salem, NC. Here...
04/04/2023

Today is the opening of a show of Michael Hamlin's ceramics and my felt at Piedmont Craftsmen in Winston-Salem, NC. Here are some pieces in the show:

04/04/2023

Here's a little taste of Bud Vases to come!

If you are near Asheville, NC next weekend, you are invited to a reception from 5 - 6:30 pm on Friday, August 5th, at th...
07/29/2022

If you are near Asheville, NC next weekend, you are invited to a reception from 5 - 6:30 pm on Friday, August 5th, at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts. The show will include some of my largest pieces, since the gallery is big enough to show them off well. Hope you can come!

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Website: www.SharronParker.com

Sharron Parker received an undergraduate degree from Duke University and a masters degree from UNC-Greensboro, studying education, art, and interior design. She continued her study in textiles with classes at Penland School of Crafts, where she has returned to teach workshops in feltmaking. Her work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and, under the Art in Embassies Program, has recently been exhibited in Turkmenistan and Armenia.


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