Ann Way-Nee

A felted textile of a landscape scene in an impressionist style. The scene features two canoes on the water with a red canoe in the distance, and a blue canoe in the foreground, the figures are wearing yellow life jackets and hats. The landscape is lush with shades of green under a blue sky with white clouds.

Ann Way-Nee
Title: Algonquin Paddles
Date: 2023
Medium: Merino wool, silk, and viscose


Tour Stop: 15


About the artist:

“I have recently been introduced to wet felting and have found my niche for creativity. I love the freedom and sensory aspects of felting. I continue to explore this medium, and am especially interested in the interaction between wool and natural elements, including wood. I plan to expand my repertoire to incorporate more natural wood for mounting.” – Ann Way-Nee


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Interior of the artist’s studio. A collection of the artist’s works are arranged on a tall wooden shelf; colourful felt bowls, felted sunflowers, trees and a felted scene of a birchbark forest.  Interior of the artist’s studio. A person is selecting a long white piece of felt from a shelf of assorted coloured felts and fabrics. They are near a table with felting tools and materials where it appears they are working on a piece.


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