Wear your support of Anchorage Opera with a logo T-Shirt!
Women’s V-neck short sleeve (blue or purple) Sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL
Men’s short sleeve (grey or green) Sizes M, L, XL, XXL
To purchase any item: Stop by or call the AO office at (907) 279-2557 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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(Proceeds to benefit Anchorage Opera. Thank you!)
Start your day off right with a LIMITED EDITION
Anchorage Opera Coffee Mug! $15
REDUCED just $5!
Nunofelt Original by KC Lowe
Felted wool and silk designed to artfully clothe body
“Old Flame, New Flame II” – $300
A stunning (& versatile) addition to your wardrobe, this work of art is guaranteed to get rave reviews whenever (& however) you wear it!
Designer creation of white Australian merino wool fibre hand felted through white silk mesh. Hand dyed.
Shows/Awards: National NICHE award finalist, clothing, 2004. Selected for the juried exhibition Earth, Fibre & Fibre XXV, 2006, Anchorage Museum of History and Art, one year exhibition tour.
Call 907-279-2557 to schedule an appointment to view this stunning item (or to purchase)
To learn more about the late artist, KC Lowe, her ‘Nunofelt” technique and her award winning creations CLICK HERE
Artist statement & philosophy:
Let yourself be quietly drawn by the deeper pull of what you truly love.
“I make my art because I love everything about it. I love the materials. I love the way it feels, the way it looks, and the physical process of making it. I especially love the fact that I can guide the materials but not dictate the outcome.
The colors and textures of the tropical seas, the highland heathers, the surreal plant life of the southern hemisphere and the textural surfaces of old granite all are sources from which I garner inspiration. I shamelessly use my art as a reason to be in places that have tropical seas, highland heathers, weathered granite and weird plants.
My work is designed to encourage people to consider possibilities outside the boxes of scarf, shawl, or wearable. The same beautiful nunofelt pieces that can enjoy many incarnations as scarves, belts, hip huggers, hat bands/bows, ascots, or ecclesiastical stoles, can certainly be equally enjoyed as wall hangings, table runners, cabinet clusters, banners, draperies, and altar cloths.”
Let the beauty you love be what you do.
“Hand Knits by Cathie”