I Believe Art Should Be…
Accessible ~ Playful ~ Inspirational ~ Affordable ~ Usable ~ Conversational ~ Colorful ~ Freeing ~ Enticing ~ Public ~ Rewarding ~ Pleasurable ~ Noticeable ~ Personal ~ Fun ~ Educational ~ Welcoming ~ Engaging ~ Understandable ~ Uplifting and
Nothing Short of Amazing!!!
I create tactile artwork. My art tells stories which unfold during the creation process. The stories are tactile for the viewer through their sense of touch and also visual in their viewing of the design. Whether smooth, rough, loosely woven or tightly knit, each fiber has a way of telling its own story, and as… Continue reading Artist Statement
Dori Settles is a child of the 70’s. Some of her fondest memories involve scented markers. Her undergraduate studies in Sign Language Interpreting, Communications and Linguistics also included several elective art courses. After working as an interpreter, and later a software test engineer, she “retired” to motherhood, and began to pursue creative endeavors as the… Continue reading Bio
Dori Settles 402.660.2329 email@example.com http://www.funkydori.com Education 2011-18 Workshops with Internationally Recognized Glass Artists Heather Trimlett, Melanie Moertel, Mischou Pascale Anderson, Lisa Becker, Mark Hufford, Sharon Peters, Mark Abdigaard, Evelyn Gottschall Baker, Marcy Lamberson, Hayley Tsang Sather, Terri Caspary Schmidt 2018 Painting the Sacred, Carrie Bloomston 2017 Play! with Art History Collage, Carrie Bloomston 2016 10+… Continue reading Resume
For Immediate Release Village Pointe Sculpture Transformed “Reaching” sculpture takes on an aquatic theme OMAHA, Neb. (February 26, 2014) – Village Pointe® Shopping Center and Omaha Creative Institute have collaborated with local textile artist Dori Settles to create a dramatic transformation to the shopping center’s public art sculpture, which sits in the middle of its… Continue reading In the Press: Aquarium at the Pointe
The cast glass quilts are based on original quilting designs. Generally, the fabric quilts cannot be salvaged during this process. Occasionally, they survive, but the lose their hand and frequently the color is distorted by the heat that occurs when the mold cures. The original mold had to be broken to release the glass. Here’s… Continue reading Cast Glass Quilt Process