2008 Scholarship Finalists: Finalists 5-6

[finalist #5: julia bonnell]

-julia is a sophomore studying furniture design at the sheridan institute
click here to view more of julia’s work
click here to vote for julia bonnell (voting will open at 1pm)


[finalist #6: katie jung]

-katie is a senior at concordia university (the images above are her weavings)
click here to view more of katie’s work
click here to vote for katie jung (voting will open at 1pm)

  1. michelle says:

    katie- i really enjoy your weavings. as a textiles major i really appreciate your work and aesthetic!

  2. anon says:

    those weavings are beautiful

  3. Jenn says:

    Your weavings are amazing!! Great colors and subject matter. So great!

  4. nicki says:

    i want to buy a weaving!

  5. Wow,love your weavings!As a rug weaver I can really appreciate all the hours you must put into your work,very nice!

  6. kate says:

    I was about to vote for the furniture and then i saw your weavings–where do we go to buy? they’re perfect….

  7. Margo says:

    Julia’s work is well designed and beautifully crafted. Her attention to detail and mastery of joinery is typical of woodworkers with decades of experience.

  8. Karen says:

    Katie, I am so impressed — your work is fabulous and so unique. I concur with a number of the other comments/questions — where would I go to get one?

  9. megan says:

    these photos does not do katie’s weavings justice. i had the please of seeing them in person at a show in montreal. they are beautiful.

  10. roxy asami says:

    SOOO impressed with Katie Jung’s work, I will most def. be keeping an eye on her! :)

  11. Daniel Nesseler says:

    Katie, your textiles are beautiful. amazing work!

  12. Hollie Dzama says:

    I’m so proud of both of you! You have been making such beautiful work together!


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