Rhonda Lamb has been involved in the fibre arts for approximately 20 years. It began with the purchase of her first llamas, which led to learning about spinning, knitting, dyeing, and weaving. She was motivated to learn about various types of fibres and the wide array of creative opportunities this medium can offer.
Felting just “felt” right. Rhonda has been exploring the felting medium for over 10 years; she enjoys needle felting, wet felting, and nuno felting. She has been a member of felt::feutre canada since its inception and fully supports its mandate to create a vibrant Canadian felters community.
Rhonda’s vision since beginning her journey in felt has been to create unique, technically strong, seamless artwork in fashion. She has been fortunate to take workshops with internationally recognized felters, including Fiona Duthie, Katia Mokeyeva, Sharon Costello, Jessica de Haaus, and Andrea Graham. These inspirational individuals have provided Rhonda with a variety of approaches, concepts, and techniques that she has combined to develop her own ideas towards her art.
Inspired by her home and the prairies of rural Saskatchewan, Rhonda works to translate the colours, the magic, and the quiet of her natural surroundings into each individual piece she creates. She works diligently to create high quality, durable items. Rhonda’s wearable art promises to provide years of warmth, beauty, and pleasure to its owners.