Judith M. Daniels is a primarily a felt artist and photographer living and working in her home studio in Rockland, ME. In addition to making felt she uses various methods, including shibori and hand painting to dye fabric which is often incorporated into her felt work. Recently she has gotten very excited about hand and free motion embroidery as a way to add surface texture and design.Through most of her time as a textile artist she has been creating one-of-a-kind accessories and has shown and sold her work through open studio events, craft galleries and at a number of the large craft fairs including Rhinebeck, Paradise City, Craft Boston and Craft Westport. Her interest has lately shifted to making wall pieces and vessels. Judith has a degree in Arts and Crafts and their History from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She is also a member of the Northeast Feltmakers Guild, The Surface Design Association and the Tafa List.