Lisa Urlacher

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Silk fusion on raw silk and silk fabric
Silk fusion on raw silk and silk fabric
Framed silk fusion owl and tree on quilt
Framed silk fusion owl and tree on quilt
Silk fusion leaves applied to hand dyed
Silk fusion leaves applied to hand dyed
Silk fusion on quilted cotton fabric
Silk fusion on quilted cotton fabric
Silk Fusion leaves applied to hand dyed
Silk Fusion leaves applied to hand dyed
Silk fusion leaves and textured bark med
Silk fusion leaves and textured bark med
Framed silk fusion owl and tree on quilt
Framed silk fusion owl and tree on quilt
Silk fusion, texture medium, silk yarn f
Silk fusion, texture medium, silk yarn f
Silk fusion leaves applied to silk fabri
Silk fusion leaves applied to silk fabri
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Lisa Urlacher, daughter of Carol Leger inherited her artist talent.  Lisa credits her mother for this new love of fiber art as she would never have taken on this interest if it had not been for her mother’s abundance of resources left behind after her passing.

Silk Fusion is also known as silk paper, Lisa has combined a unique method of bonding the silk and fusing it to hand dyed fabrics, a method learned by the teachings of a group of women called the “Three Mucketeers” that her mother belonged to. Lisa wishes that she had started this journey earlier under her mother’s guidance as she was an amazing mentor to the group that enjoyed “mucking” around.

Stay tuned for further works that will include silk felting with bonded textiles!

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