Big Island Fiber Artists
Listed in alphabetical order
Lisa Louise Adams
Lisa Louise Adams is a visual artist and art educator living in the beautiful rain forest of Volcano, Hawaii. She enjoys creating and teaching in a variety of media from paintings, prints, paper, and poetry to books, pottery, and quilts. Her inspiration is the beauty and mystery of nature. She is fascinated with color, line and texture in all media.
Phone : (808) 756-1177
Beth McCormick is a largely self-taught artist, working in diverse media including sculpture, featherwork, and painting. As a child she fell in love with unusual architecture, and later had the opportunity to purchase and renovate the Onion House in Kailua-Kona, part of her family’s legacy. Beth McCormick’s art and home have been chronicled in numerous television and print features, and her artwork has been shown in over 90 galleries nationwide and abroad. Her work is in many private collections, including the Michael Rosenberg Collection in London, and the Chris Hemmeter Collection in Hawaii.
Patti Pease Johnson
I'm exhilarated by nature's beauty and vivid colors, and relish a rock, a leaf or piece of moss as much as a mountain or the ocean. It is the simplistic nature of life I find most intriguing. Flow and contrast, color and form, intuition and newness are what excites me in creation.
I use the mediums of liquid dye on silk with wax resist, metal forming, clay, soft pastels, and watercolor. For silk work, all colors are mixed using the four printing process colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
My home and fashion accessory lines can be found in galleries and gift shops around the state and my original paintings are found in many international collections.
Phone : (808) 966-8861