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Nestle and Soar Studio

My name is Georgianne Holland and I am a fiber folk artist living and working close to the Rocky Mountains near Boulder, Colorado. The name of my folk art studio is Nestle and Soar and I have named it to reflect my love of birds, trees, and the uplifting emotions of nesting and gliding in the breeze, above the chaos of the world below.

In the Nestle and Soar studio I create decorative fine craft items using wool as my primary medium. I needle felt pillow fronts and wall hangings from silky, soft merino wool and natural history, like Audubon prints, is a great inspiration to me! I also hike and explore to sketch and photograph birds and trees, and I use this artistic record to inform many of my original designs. Embroidery and applique are also methods I use to create whimsical decorative folk art for my studio website. Interior Designers and collectors know that all of my work is limited-edition or one-of-a-kind, and my folk art is handmade with heart.

Artist statement:
  I love connecting with folks who also cherish the energies of nesting and gliding! I believe that everyone deserves the chance to nestle and soar in their life, in their work, and in their spirit. When I ship out one of my folk art pieces, I feel a connection to the recipient and truly enjoy knowing that the beauty of nature will continue to enhance their lives. I appreciate the opportunity to share my passion for handmade fine craft. When you order $15 or more in merchandise from my website, a tree is planted in your honor by the Arbor Day Foundation! I look forward to hearing from you and showing you my Nestle and Soar studio!

Location:  Westminster, Colorado, United States
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Blog:  nestleandsoar
Social media:  Twitter
Languages spoken:  English

Pillow by Georgianne Holland, Nestle and Soar Studio
Fiber Folk Artist

Tags:  handmade, bird folk art, tree pillow, bird decorative art, tree art, embroidered pillow, decorative pillow, needle felt, needlework

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