Cindy Fowler is a 30 year “veteran” in the world of weaving. Her mother worked in a trading post near their Southwest Colorado home, and spent weekends in search of Native American art. Cindy witnessed (first hand) the Navajo women spinning, dying and preparing yarns to weave incredible, functional, rugs. Those early years formed her love of cloth design for jackets and/or the dying of yarn for wall hangings. She is mixing the balance between function, art and the appreciation of the environment’s bounty. With the addition of the scroll saw and exotic woods, her weavings are hung with a look of puzzle pieces that flow with the yarn.