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Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art

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Elena Rosenber with her Roccoco Shawl

Elena Rosenberg with her Roccoco Shawl – Scarsdale, New York, USA

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Elena Rosenberg is an award-winning New York wearable fiber artist, knit designer, and arts and fine craft advocate. Her collection of exquisitely hand-knit fashion accessories, clothing, and textile jewelry can be seen online, in select boutiques, and at juried shows around the US. Elena’s designs are elegant, chic, and contemporary. Each item in her collection is meticulously hand-knit in New York, using fine merino wool, cashmere, alpaca, bamboo, and silk.

Elena has been an invited artist at American Craft Council shows, Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, CraftBoston, and others. She’s the winner of the 2014 NICHE Award in Fashion Accessories. Elena is passionate about promoting the arts and fine craft. She serves on the Boards of Directors at Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and at Surface Design Association. She’s an artist member of American Craft Council, ArtsWestchester, and TAFA. From 2012 through 2014, Elena was on staff at Fiber Art Now magazine.  Elena works as an independent consultant on strategy, marketing, content development, and curatorial projects with artists, organizations, and small businesses.

 

Original knitting patterns for select Elena Rosenberg designs are available via her website.

 

Join Elena’s mailing list to receive occasional updates about upcoming events and new collections: http://elenarosenberg.com/contact.html

 

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