Team

cropped-savethereef_contact_doris.jpgDoris Florig  Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Leader of Save the Reef, flowing through life as a fiber sculptor and tapestry weaver. Check Out: Instagram Website

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Lisa Ann Almeida, New Hampshire – eager to contribute to the cause by weaving small sea grass tapestries. Check Out: Website Instagram

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Lydia Godfrey Evans, Chicago, Illinois operator of an old fashion letter press preparing to print beautiful embossed conservation messages on handmade paper. Check Out: instagram

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Janette Gross, Santa Cruz, California – lives on Monterrey Bay National Marine Sanctuary caring immensely about the health of the oceans. She specializes in creative wedge weaving. 

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Carrie Staples, Potomac, Maryland – observing the flight of coastal birds and translating that freedom into the process of origami.

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Lindsey Marshall, UK. – Knowing that the message of Saving the Reef is an important one even if you live far from the reef. Her top-notch skill of making art through knotting and wrapping fibres to create a family of squid.

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Pam Australia – Choosing colors and dyeing fibers for the weaving letter for the title of each of the three eco zones. Check Out: Instagram

 

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Lin Benley Keeling, El Paso, Tx. – Highly skilled at wrapping fibers with a creative spirit, naturally flowing and evolving throughout the process of coiling and tapestry weaving.

Check Out: Website

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           Woody Woodiwiss, Ontario, Canada and cruising sailor of the Caribbean – Photographing underwater life and laying out our promotional packet. Check Out: Website

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Justin Okinga, Jackson Wyoming – Committed to getting our message to the public by developing our Save the Reef website. Photographer and videographer.  Check Out: Website More…

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Taryn Gustafson, Bellingham, Washington – making sea fan sculptures, both damaged and healthy. Currently a biology PhD student.

Check Out: Website Instagram

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Susie Yin, NY,NY. – Felting fish as she travels across the USA.

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Reuel Sample, Act 242 Consulting and Marketing while cruising the waters of  Florida and the Bahamas. Check out: website

 

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Reade Dornan, Jackson, Wyoming. Retired professor of English. Weaver. Sewing of installation components.

Myla Collier,  – Weaving a water piece.

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Lialia Kuchma, Chicago – weaver of tapestries “talking to the trees”

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Andrea Theisson, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – Tapestry weaver showing the effects of hurricanes due to the of the mangroves. Check out: website blogspot

 

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Roseline Young, Fort Myers, Leader of the Florida weavers group. Working on the destruction of the oil rig display.  Checkout:website

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Etta Rosen, Boston, MA. Mixed media artist.  Needle felter of the baby sea turtles.

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Allison Grove, Townsend, Montana. tapestry weaver, grower of indigo plants and dyer.       checkout: website facebook

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Bette Godfrey, Chelsea, Vermont, Calligrapher                                                                              

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Matt Daly, Jackson Hole, Wyoming Save the Reef poet.

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Julie Vaneenenaam, Jackson Hole, Installation specialist.                                                                                                                                                                      ~

Dennis Clancy, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Cruising Sailor, husband of Doris Florig. Color Consultant.

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Tootsie Jablonski, North Carolina – Working with Doris in making free standing, three-dimensional mangrove trees. Also, experimenting dyes with a plan to make the backdrop for the mangrove forest.

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Obradoirade deTapices Galicia, Students from this school wove the traditional sailing vessel for the SAVE the REEF exhibition. Check out: Instagram

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Janine Broscious,  Rug hooker. checkout:  instagram  Blog Shop

 RESEARCH SUPPORT TEAM

Juan, Mexico – Supplying facts and predictions about the situation of our environment.