Muller has been making weavings and other art works for galleries and interior designers since 1979. She has worked mostly as a hand-weaver but has also made artist’s books and Jacquard weavings on hand and power looms.
Studying with Sherri Smith gave her a key to deciphering and creating complex woven structures. This opened her mind to viewing structure in a larger sense, through book arts and, finally, digital Jacquard weaving. She is pursuing ways to make flat textiles into meaningful objects. They have taken several forms: pictorial scrolls/ books and clothing/upholstery.
Join us as exhibiting artist Robin Muller talks about her work in the Woven Together exhibit, the evolution of her work, and her creative process.
Image: Fat Chairs, Jacquard-woven fabric, cotton, woven at Oriole Mill, of e-coli and HEC motifs, 2014. A collaboration with Kim Morgan.