Last week marked the end of the school year for our area’s biggest local college, The Savannah College of Art and Design. Which means, that although things are slowing down in our shop, we got to go to see all of the beautiful work that students have been slaving away for, much of it with supplies acquired from our store!
Both Paige and I are graduates of the Fibers program at SCAD, so getting to see all the student’s work and catching up with all of our old professors is always fun times! We are probably going to do a Part 2 post later on this week because there was so much amazing work, and we have a lot of pictures to sort through!
The colors that Alison uses in her work are what caught my eye at first. They are so magical and feminine that her pieces made me feel like I was seeing bits out of a fairytale.
We loved Caitlin Henry’s style, and the many cool techniques she used on this surface embroidery piece. She works in a variety of mediums and has a lovely little blog and website that I encourage you to check out!
Stitched and dyed chairs by Courtney Teague.
We loved this series of stitched leaves and maps by Heather Riniker. This work must take serious patience! You can find her portfolio on Behance right here.
Love this pretty beaded cake by Adrienna McDermott! She also had this really beautiful beaded curtain that I want about ten of for my future dream home. You can see more of Adrienna’s work on her website.
Loved the woven razor blade pattern by Kaitlin Feichter! She has a lot of cool designs, and you can check them out on her website.
And finally some knit work! Madeline is a great knitter and a loyal customer in our shop. She makes all kinds of exciting knit stuffs. I couldn’t get pictures that I thought did her work justice, but you can check her out on Behance right here. The piece below is actually a throw blanket!
We have a lot more grad work to show you in our Part 2 post! Check back, and check out all the ladies’ websites to see more of their portfolios!