"Jill Powers achieves the mysticism of the orient with handmade paper that she casts into starkly simple forms.  The serene oblong shape of Ms. Powers's "Reverence" has the essence of  an Oriental reliquary.  A single dried okra pod hangs down in front like a ceremonial vessel."
-Review from the Sunday New York Times - July 15, 1990


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  • See Jill's art among cutting edge fiber art  in Denver's Helikon Gallery's exhibition, Contemporary Fiber Art, opens in the RiNo Art District Thursday June 5th from 6-10PM (through July 19th).
  • Summer discounts on sessions with Jill for Personal Artistic Mentoring
  • The Morgan Conservatory's exhibition in Cleveland featuring innovative work with Eastern fibers features Jill's kozo art pieces and opens Aug 1 -Sept 20 .
  • Naropa University Magazine is featured Jill's environmental work on their Fall 2013 cover, along with an article about her teaching in the on-line magazine.


The mysterious Cereus

A mysterious event is on-going in my art studio this week.... It is an experience I have been wanting to have for over twenty years.  My Night Blooming Cereus plant has six large buds that are developing rapidly and each one will bloom for just one night this year.  I love watching them take shape and grow so dramatically each day. The anticipation is high for this extraordinary time...

Insight and Inquiry

I offer an opportunity that appears on my website as Personal Artistic Mentoring. Recently I was thinking about all the different types of people that I work with in this way.  It is always a deep joy to me to be involved with the support of another artist’s journey....

to read more click on the title  Insight and Inquiry

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