Kelly Walsh is a web developer by day, and budding textile artist every other moment. She loves exploring the intersections between technology and art, math and color. She purchased her first floor loom in 2015, and hasn’t stopped weaving since. In the coming year, she hopes to put her energy into experimenting more with ondulé techniques and to finally get over the fear of turning her fabric into wearable garments.
This website is intended as a gallery of woven art, where the projects speak for themselves. Kelly also maintains a blog where she goes into more detail of each project and explores in progress ideas, as well as other interests including sewing and book reviews. Check out www.dressinsouciantly.com for that more personal site, or many projects here have a “Blog Post➚” link for more detail.
Kelly greatly enjoys working on commissioned projects because she feels that they frequently encourage her to work with colors and shapes she wouldn’t have explored on her own. If you are looking for a custom piece of fiber art, please don’t hesitate to contact her to see what might be possible. Regardless of if you’re looking for something specific and exacting, or just have a general idea of direction, commissions are a form of collaboration she looks forward to.