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Bio

Isolda Furbino is a Brazilian-born artist residing in the US for over two decades. After graduating in Hospitality, she focused on her family and pursued her passion for arts and crafts. Isolda specializes in fibers and is skilled in improving acrylic and watercolor media. She has a particular interest in repurposing furniture and has a soft spot for vintage and folk art. Currently, Isolda is dedicated to other expertise: designing websites, teaching design classes, while serving on the www.crochet.org committee, and creating unique crochet pieces, including necklaces. No two of her creations are alike, making each piece a delightful surprise.

Statement

“If you work with your hands, you're a laborer.

If you work with your hands and your mind, you're a craftsman.

If you work with your hands and your mind and your heart, you're an artist.”

- Saint Francis

"...And we are all capable of being great artists, in any form."

- Isolda


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