|Kirsten holds a diploma of Textile Art from Capilano College in North Vancouver. She received the Visual Arts Development Award in 2006,and has written for publications such as Quilting Arts Magazine. Kirsten has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions in the Greater Vancouver area, which has resulted in pieces traveling to private collections around the world.|
|I’m a textile artist working in Vancouver, BC, Canada. My main focus is embroidery and I love to create detailed texture with fabric and thread. My recent themes include marine life, birds and colourful gardens inspired by the flora and fauna of the west coast.|
I often work with textile scraps including waste fabric from quilts, thrums from weaving and bits and pieces that I’ve collected over the years. Most of my materials are cotton, but I also use some silk, wool and rayon. My techniques include quilting, embroidery and needle-felting.