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Elizabeth Hunter
Chameleon Fiberworks



My asymmetrical, one of a kind rugs are often likened to abstract landscapes.  They are definitely paintings for the floor!


Simplicity and colors are key elements in Scandinavian design, and thinking.  Together they produce a clarity and calm. 


There has been buzz lately about hygge (hoo-gah) the Danish word which translates as cozy.  A New York Times article described hygge as “ a national manifesto, nay, an obsession expressed in the constant pursuit of homespun pleasures involving candlelight, fires, fuzzy knitted socks, porridge, coffee, care and other people.”  I think the pursuit is more than that.  I think it is more the necessity of finding an inner peace, a sanctuary, in your living space, no matter the space’s size.  Scandinavian simplicity and colors get you there!


I have been working with colors since the 1960’s, when I first learned to weave on a floor loom with noted fabric designer Klara Cherepov in Greenwich, Ct.  I studied weaving and design in Oslo, Norway for six months in the mid 1970’s. More recently I’ve studied in Reykjavik, Iceland; Torshavn, Faroe Islands and Landskrona, Sweden.

I hold a BA from the University of Connecticut and an MA from American University, in print journalism.  I write for the Norwegian Textile Letter. I am a longtime real estate paralegal, now on call to one firm.  I am a board member of Maine Crafts Association.

Elizabeth Hunter

South Portland

July, 2017


The Cassidy Gallery at Jackson Village
95 Main Street
Jackson, N. H. 03846

Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Road
Harvard, Ma.  01451

Handmade on Main at Engine
265 Main Street
Biddeford, Me. 04005

Homeport Pottery Studio
131 Beachwood Avenue
Kennebunkport, Me. 04046

River Roads Artisans Gallery
75 Water Street
Skowhegan, Me. 04976

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