Margret-Ann Miller has built a name for herself in the world of felting and felted doll making with features in magazines such as Professional Doll Artists, Fiber Art Now, and Art Doll Quarterly. Her most recent exhibit at the Hunterdon Museum in Clinton, New Jersey, has been interrupted due to the Covid-19 virus, as was most of her 2020 itinerary. Being the resourceful, innovative artist that she is, she shifted her focus to the Artist-in-Residence programs at our national parks and refuges. The Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge gave Margret-Ann, also known as The Roving Artist, the opportunity to be their Artist-in-Residence in the summer of 2019. The experience left her wanting for more. The bold, dedicated, and ambitious native Toledoan intends to be the Artist-In-Residence at every national park and refuge in the United States. This imaginative performer is a natural teacher who will take the lead on classes and hands-on demonstrations during her sojourns. Margret-Ann also has a new line of felted dragons coming out this year. She will be adding needle felted dragon making workshops to her curriculum. Her history shows she is a go-getter, and her authentic, original work born from her minds-eye is always a draw.
Margret-Ann's ArtPrize Entries
These are Margret-Ann's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Margret-Ann's Past Work
These are images of past work that Margret-Ann has done.