Fibre Artist

Lorna Denton

Performing At

Dreaming Tree Field Trips

Art Within Nature

Lorna Denton is an artist living and working in Reno, creating  site-specific art installations for Trails & Vistas art hikes and teaching art for the Dreaming Tree field trips. Lorna was born in 1967 in London, UK and moved to Reno in 2001. Her B.A in Textile Design was received from West Surrey College of Art and Design, Farnham, UK. Subsequently, she completed a post-graduate degree in Art and Design Education at Middlesex University, London, UK. Currently, she is employed as a Teaching Artist for VSA of Nevada working within schools in Reno and Carson City. Her approach is to encourage all students to explore materials and to use visual arts as a learning opportunity.

Her work covers a spectrum of different media, including collage, printmaking, photography but is predominantly fibre arts. Her work has been exhibited in several group shows in Reno, Truckee, Toronto, Canada and London, UK.

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