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Alice is a fabric artist, working primarily in feltmaking. She creates wearable abstract landscape in the form of scarves, collars, hats, vests and jackets as well as interior design pieces such as kimonos, throws, wall hangings, tea cozies and lights.

Alice uses a variety of raw wools selected for their felting characteristics, texture and wearability. The wools are hand-dyed to provide a wide palette range, and then hand-felted by layering and building up colour and texture to realize the intended design.

Alice lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, and works and teaches out of her home studio.

For a listing of exhibitions, see Exhibitions.

For information on Alice's felting classes, see Classes.

For contact information and location of representative galleries and retail outlets, see Contact.


Click on the link CBC Radio Interview to hear Sheryl MacKay's interview with Alice Philips on CBC Radio's North by Northwest, taped in November 2005.

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