feed. Meet Jennifer Barrett of Woven;
the artist behind these dreamy creations. We can’t wait to see them at Arts on
about how Woven came about?
a hobby. As I got better I thought about trying to sell them and coincidentally
a local store was looking for a local artist that made dreamcatchers to
sell in their store. So, in the fall I began selling my dreamcatchers at
The Wonderstone Gallery in Dunmore. In March, I decided to make an Etsy page,
and with the help of my friend, Woven was created.
just, well, so dreamy! What inspired you to start making them?
really inspired me. I’ve always loved them and have received many as gifts. One
day I just decided to get some materials and make one. I have been since.
something about your process.
music while I work on a dreamcatcher. Depending on the size, they can take
anywhere from 2 hours to many hours over the course of a couple of days. My
favorite materials to use are hemp, sticks, feathers, scarf yarn, and any size
of metal rings.
The Wonderstone Gallery in Dunmore, Nearme Yoga in Moosic, and Etsy. I am also
doing Arts on the Square in July and First Friday in August at eden-a vegan café.