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Paige St-Pierre | Instructor at Camp Craftaway 2024

Paige St-Pierre

Paige St-Pierre

Paige St-Pierre is a Seattle-based Fiber Artist and Educator who creates one of a kind textiles from natural dyes and reclaimed fabrics.

Her work invites us to pause and reconsider the utility and potential hidden within the decaying or discarded objects of our everyday lives.

St-Pierre shares her love of nature and creative reuse by showing her work in galleries and teaching curiosity driven, hands-on, experiential workshops.

She encourages students to tap into their innate artistic abilities and reconnect with nature through natural dyeing, printing, painting and slow stitching.

She is a member of Surface Design Association, Northwest Spinners & Fiber Arts Association, Eco Art Space and Zero Waste Washington’s Repair Economy.


Saturday, August 3 at 9:30 AM

Tataki Zomé is a Japanese phrase for the method of creating prints by hammering botanicals onto paper. In this workshop, you will learn this easy and fun botanical printing process and make a unique piece of botanical art using only flower blooms, leaves, and a hammer!