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Sheri Schumacher

Sheri Schumacher

 Sheri Schumacher is a designer and educator whose work is at the interface of architecture, public interest design and craft practices in contemporary culture. She is an advocate for creative economies that encourage relationships between places of making, materiality, tools and handmade production. Inspired by regional craft heritage and hand stitching traditions, her recent textile assemblages explore narratives about cultural landscapes. Discovery through the act of making and the physical engagement with materials is central to her design process.

“My creative path was informed by the multi-cultural experiences of my childhood. As an American born in Munich, Germany, design education began at an early age with beautifully crafted Scandinavian furniture in our home, Marimekko fabric of my mother’s clothing, and living in European urban environments rich with architectural history.”

  • $8,400
    Sheri Schumacher

    Resilience

    This piece measures 62 x 64" and is made of repurposed linen, cotton remnant, and cotton batting. It has been machine pieced and hand stitched with...

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  • $11,800
    Sheri Schumacher

    Sonoma

    This piece measures 86 x 85" and is made of repurposed linen garments, cotton remnants, botanically dyed linen, cotton, silk, hemp, tencel fabric a...

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  • $5,800
    Sheri Schumacher

    Woven Lumen

    This piece measures 62 x 42" and is made of cotton, linen, silk, and wool batting. It has been machine pieced, hand woven, and hand stitched and ti...

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  • $4,880
    Sheri Schumacher

    Yucatán

    This piece measures 60 x 40" and is made of repurposed linen garments, linen, wax, and cotton batting. It has been machine pieced and hand stitched...

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