Wendy Milne
Fibre Art
studio is on autumn tour


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Working with fibre is a life-long passion that attracts me with its colour, texture, versatility and availability.  Fibre invites me to express my creativity through the traditional art and craft of rug hooking and the other fibre arts.  Rug hooking is a low-impact way to link my commitment to rural sustainability with the limitations of living in an off-grid home.

I believe art can tell stories about the social, cultural, economic, and environmental landscapes of our communities. Building on the distinctly Canadian craft of pulling strips of recycled and hand-dyed wool through burlap, linen or cotton backing, I craft original one-of-a-kind pieces, large and small.  My work runs from geometrics to landscapes; from abstract to primitive. Tactile art for floors and walls.  

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Blue Trees  

Golden Lake Island  

Big Cedar  

Opeongo Line  

First Cut on the Opeongo  

The Fire Wood Pile  

Squares Rug  

Woodpile Plate  

Poppies on Pottery  

Sunflowers 1  

Sunflowers 3  

Sunflowers 2