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Sherryl Buchler

I am a fiber artist who loves to experiment with color and texture.

I have always been interested in color for as long as I can remember. I made funky clothes for my Barbie dolls and put together outrageous combinations for myself. I have a masters degree in Color Perception and was an interior designer for almost 20 years. About 5 years ago I discovered quilting but I hated the traditional patterns and the restrictions. Enter art quilts and my creative juices started flowing again. I love discovering all the techniques you can use for surface design but my love is still working with fabric... lots and lots of colored fabric. I dye my own fabrics and have a small business but sometimes I have trouble parting with the fabrics. I also do Shibori and other surface techniques.   

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona 
Online Store:  
    I sell hand dyed fabrics at Field of Color
Blogs:  SKB2000, Field of Color
   Studio Art Quilters Association, Surface Design Association
Languages spoken:  English and Hebrew

Through Rose Colored Glasses by Sherryl Buchler
17 1/2" X 20 1/2"

Tags:  Art Quilting, fiber artist, hand dyed fabrics, bright colors, Shibori, Surface design, abstract, textile art


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