Where to find my FusionDeMaya products in 2019Galleries and Museum Stores
Peabody Essex Museum Shop, Salem Massachusetts
Gallery 6-1/2 Bridge Street, Padanaram Village, South Dartmouth Massachusetts
New Bedford Art Museum Store, New Bedford Massachusetts
Minnesota Textile Center Store, Minneapolis Minnesota
Guilford Art Center Store, Guilford Connecticut
Haute Enchilada Gallery, Moss Landing California
Fairs and Bazaars:
Cultural Survival Bazaar. Tiverton Rhode Island. July 27 and 28, 2019
The Art Drive. artist open studios..Westport, Dartmouth MA. August 9, 10 and 11, 2019
Cultural Survival Bazaar. Cambrtidge Massachusetts December 14 and 15, 2019
Minnesota Waldorf School Holiday Fair, St Paul Minnesota. November 22 and 23, 2019
Minnesota Textile Center, Minneapolis Minnesota. November 2019 thru January 2020
Truly one-of-a-kind production.
Fusion De Maya scarves are not woven on long production warps.
They are woven one scarf at a time on traditionally historic backstrap looms that can only accommodate one scarf at a time.
I enjoy continually designing new color striping and my Maya partners at the textile cooperative dye small quantities of bamboo yarn to match each of my colors. Scarves are then woven by women in the workshop or out in their own rural villages.
I don’t sell on Etsy or from a website.
My scarves are placed at a few galleries and museum shops across the country –
I care about creative choices and fair-trade support.
Contact me at: email@example.com for more information!
My travels in Guatemala have been documented in an article I submitted to Hand/Eye Magazine: