Handmade Fabric Flowers by Natalie Stawsky

Natalie Stawsky

My art is made of flowers. I use different kinds of fabrics to create colorful hair pins, headbands, head wraps, rings, scarves, earrings, and accessories for skirts, shoes and lapels. Each piece is made by hand and unique.

I started making flowers to adorn my daughter’s hair or to add color to a pair of old shoes. Working with fabric, the process of selecting, cutting and sewing became my meditation.

Earth laughs in flowers, said Ralph Waldo Emerson. By spreading flowers unto people’s heads I bring the spring even during the coldest winter days, and I give our Mother Earth more reasons to laugh.

Visit Natalie in Studio #3, upstairs

Nuno Felt Dress Dyed in Comfrey leaves and Printed with Crab applesWearable Felt Art and Accessories by Jo Ann Manzone

Jo Ann Manzone is a fiber artist specializing in felt making.  Her featured summer collection includes lovely lightweight wraps and botanically printed silks.  She has a studio at Ashland Art Center and her work can also been seen in galleries in the Pacific Northwest.

Jo Ann will be upstairs in Studio #9.





IMG_0990Opening reception for recent Oregon transplant Margaret Hazel Wilson.

In the Print Shop at AAC . Refreshments will be served with work for sale on paper and fabric.








  • Friday, July 3, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
  • As always, visitors will find galleries, open studios, art, and artists on all three floors of the Art Center. There will also be refreshments and live music.

Garrett Baxter and Friends will provide live music.