Dawn Waters

Fiber Portraits

Dawn Waters paints with fiber. She takes dyed wool and pokes it into a backing with a felting needle, all freehand without drawing or paint. It’s like tattooing, but with fiber. She's self-taught and began in 2014 by felting wearables using the wet-felting process. Dawn picked up a felting needle a few years later after wondering if she could create something realistic.

She moved with her husband and smelly dogs to Gulfport from Richmond, Virginia, where she wrote things and bossed people around.
 
 
 
 

 


Work by Dawn Waters

Madam Freaking Vice President
Felted Fiber Portrait
Using a 5" needle and dyed wool, artist Dawn Waters painstakingly creates these dimensional fiber portraits.
Dimensions: 12 x 12
Price: 650
Stephen Loves Me
Felted Fiber Portrait
Fiber portrait created with dyed wool and a 5" needle. A contemporary felting process.
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Laurel Laments Nothing
Felted Fiber Portrait
Created with dyed wool and a 5" needle by Dawn Waters.
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