Jodi Edwards-Wright

A self-taught textile and fibre artist, Jodi creates original quilted and machine embroidered pieces with a lot of texture and a touch of whimsy. A former elementary teacher, she has been heavily influenced by the work of children’s book illustrators, and so thinks of her art style as “storybook realism.” As part of the Ailsa Craig Quilt and Fibre Art Festival Challenge, Jodi’s entry, “As Happy As Larry,” toured New Zealand in 2019 – 2020.

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