Seed Sower, Kerr Grabowski
Kerr Grabowski’s history as a fiber artist has been marked by her constant experimentation with and innovative approaches to dyeing and screening processes. She developed and produced a DVD on Deconstructed Screen Printing, a printing mono-printing technique allowing for a more intuitive approach to screen-printing.
A studio artist since 1976, Kerr is known for her whimsically elegant hand painted and screened silk fabrics and Art to Wear. Formerly head of Fibers at Peters Valley Craft Center in NJ, Kerr now maintains a studio in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi.
The recipient of a 2014 Mississippi Arts Council Fellowship and New Jersey Council on the Arts Fellowship, Kerr is widely published, including Ornament, Surface Design Journal, Fiber Arts Design Book Six and Silk Painting for Fashionand Fine Art and Textiles Now, DVD Adventures in Surface Design (DVD) and Deconstructed Screen Printing (DVD)
Kerr teaches all aspects of surface design internationally.