Sarina Angell‘s work never ceases to delight! During her time at Penland, she has expanded her work with fibers, explored many different media, and fallen in love with wood.
Beginning her fellowship in the spring of 2020, Sarina will complete her time as a Penland Core Fellow this fall. Working with Sarina and watching her grow as an artist is an absolute pleasure. We are excited to share these images of some of the works she has created during her time here at Penland (so far!).
The Penland Core Fellowship is intended for early career artists looking to expand technical skills and material fluency while working to support the day-to-day operations of a craft school. Core fellows live communally, participate in intensive craft workshops, and help run the school. We are currently accepting applications for the core fellowship. Please click HERE for more information and be sure to submit your application by October 15th!
Twined necklace; Toe River rocks and waxed linen, begun during Anne B. Coddington’s “Sculptural Basketry Plus,” Summer 2022
Work created during Christina Boy’s 2022 wood spring concentration workshop, “Spruce It Up.”
Screen-printed vase t-shirts: “Because flowers are still mandatory.”
Sarina’s first spoon, created during Jack Mauch’s workshop, “All Outward Appearances.”
Red mary janes, created during Amara Hark Weber’s 2022 spring concentration workshop, “Introduction to Lasted Footwear.”
Broken chair portrait, Sarina Angell
Hats created for the Penland Coffee Shop Core Gallery, Spring 2022
Gold Digger III,” created during a workshop with Stephanie Metz, Session 7, Summer 2021
Cyanotype jacket toned with tannic acid, begun during Cindy Steiler’s workshop in the photo studio.
Knoll face painting. Model, Mia Kaplan, former Penland Core Fellow
Find more of Sarina’s work on her WEBSITE!