Lori Monson

Exhibiting at Studio Q – Guest

Silk, rayon and linen dye painted clothing and scarves

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Lori Monson, Art Wander Artist


Lori Monson

W6494 Riverview Drive
Onalaska WI 54650


Lori Monson is a native of Minnesota.  The natural beauty of its bluffs along the Mississippi River inspire her spirit and her art.  An avid hiker and photographer, she integrates the colors and textures she encounters into her designs to create natural, beautiful, flowing garments.

The garments and scarves are dye painted silk or rayon. The fabric starts out white or black, then the surface design is composed by layering dye using immersion, discharging, shibori, silk screening, and stamping. Three to six layers of color are applied to the cloth. Painted cloth is constructed into one of a kind clothing.

“Just as we move to the rhythms of life, rhythms of line and color compose the textile surface.” Art is from the soul. I strive to put that soul and emotion on textile surfaces which I hope transcends to a visual delight and art to wear.