and Wearable Art
Meet The Artist
Elizabeth Bryan (Weaverbee) brings 30 years of experience as a weaver mixing fibres and colours in her hand-dyed and handwoven scarves, bags and household textiles at her home studio in Orangeville. Natural dyes mix with commercial dyes to create wearable/usable art on cotton, wool, silk, bamboo and Tencel. She loves the interplay of colour and watching it unfold on the loom. Elizabeth has honed her craft at courses throughout North America and has previously exhibited with the Credit Valley Artisans, the Guelph Guild of Handweavers and Spinners, the Rare Threads Gallery – Alton Mill and the Tapestry Line Collective at the OOAK Toronto.
She belongs to the Ontario Handweavers and Spinners, Handweavers Guild of America, Complex Weavers, Craft Ontario, and Headwaters Arts.
Where is Weaverbee?
Year Round- Direct from the Artist
Check us out in the Winter 2021 edition of In The Hills Magazine Read Now
Unique wearable art is the perfect gift for the discerning buyer. Weaverbee original designs are one of a kind from the “thread up”.
Weaverbee wearable textiles include;
- Snow Dyed Silk Scarves
- Tea Towels
- Handwoven Scarves
- Handwoven Purses
- Woven belts and more.