Directory of Utah Artists arranged by media. Textile and fiber arts.

Sharon Alderman

Sharon Alderman is a handweaver, author and instructor who specializes in fabrics to wear, upholstery and other interior fabrics and color studies woven of cotton sewing thread. Her work has been shown in competitions and invitational exhibitions all over North America, including the National Museum of Women’s Art […]

Ty Andersen

TY is an artist based in Bluffdale, Utah. Growing up near Sacramento, California he always liked to create. In high school it became a dream of his to create a clothing brand. When he moved to Utah some years later that’s what he did. He launched a brand […]

Virginia Catherall

I am a textile artist and knitwear designer of wearable landscapes. I live and work in Salt Lake City, Utah. I am inspired by the incredible, rugged and sublime landscape around Utah, Great Salt Lake, and the Great Basin. I design a line of knitted items inspired by […]

Jane DeGroff

Jane DeGroff is a self taught shibori artist. She uses natural dyes and shibori techniques to create beautiful patterns on silk. Shibori is a Japanese manual resist dyeing technique which produces patterns on fabric. Shibori has been practiced for hundreds of years. Jane uses primarily stitch resist (nui) , itajime (clamp), arashi […]

Anita Hawkins

Anita Hawkins embraces textile mediums as extensions of a drawing and painting practice, layering symbolism, reference, and process into visual texts and tactile feasts. She grew up under the influence of books, being a nervy and anxious child, and used drawing to create inhabitable worlds. First starting her […]

Scout Invie

Scout Invie is a interdisciplinary artist based in the American West. She is the recipient of the 2023 Alfred Lambourne Visual Arts Prize for artwork about Great Salt Lake, and also a recipient of a 2022 Tier II Artist Career Empowerment Grant from Salt Lake City Arts Council. […]

Sara Luna

I am a fiber artist currently living and creating in Salt Lake City, UT, though I was born in Chile in 1991 and carry the vibrant culture and traditions of my homeland with me in my work.  My artistic journey began with my pursuit of degrees in visual […]

Sarah May

Sarah May is a biracial Indigenous Latina, artist, curator, facilitator, and storyteller based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah in 2013 with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography & Digital Imaging and her Master of Art in Community Leadership with […]

Nancy Rivera

Nancy Rivera, a multifaceted visual artist, curator, and arts administrator in Salt Lake City, Utah, integrates photography, fiber art, and sculpture to navigate themes of memory, identity, and the challenges of cultural duality. Her work, marked by its investigation into code-switching, cultural assimilation, and displacement, offers a poignant […]

Victoria Schiodtz

Victoria Schiodtz is a multidisciplinary artist born in Viña del Mar, Chile, in 1998. She attended Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, receiving a Bacherlor’s degree in Fine Art in 2021. Her body of work and exploration orbits around the concepts of trauma, memory, body and origin. Victoria currently […]

Danielle Susi

Danielle Susi is a writer and fiber artist based in Salt Lake City. Originally from Boston, she received her Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she received the New Artists Society Fellowship. Her work has been shown at ICA Baltimore; […]

Bianca Velasquez

Bianca Velasquez (she/her) is a Salt Lake City local who has been involved with the arts and music community for over a decade. Velasquez is currently a freelance writer for several publications including Southwest Contemporary, Hyperallergic, and SLUG Magazine. As an artist, Velasquez works in acrylics, digital art, […]

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang is a Salt Lake City-based conceptual photographer, sculptor, and new media artist. He is currently working on his BFA in photography with a minor in sculpture
at the University of Utah.

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