Shorewood fiber artist debuts new tapestry 

Shorewood fiber artist Arden Harrison-Bushnell debuted her new piece “One Song, One Dance, One Olive Branch” Jan. 18 at the RAW: Natural Born Artists showcase in Minneapolis.

Harrison-Bushnell is a self-taught fiber artist who has been creating vibrant wall hangings that are made with natural fibers, including cotton, linen, pique and silk. She then layers her wall hangings with different beads, shells, stones and Swarovski crystal beads.

Each piece takes over half a year to make and weighs over 50 pounds.

Some of her common themes and subjects for her pieces include children, global cultures, music and animals.

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