About Full Moon Fiber Art


That's Fate in front of my School House Studio

That’s Fate in front of my School House Studio

Welcome to Full Moon Fiber Art.

I’m Maria Wulf and I live on Bedlam Farm in upstate New York with my husband the writer and photographer Jon Katz.

I work out of a  150 year old School House, that was moved to the farm in the 1960’s.   I call it The School House Studio and it’s become a sacred place for me.  I spend most of my days in my studio working with my dog Fate to keep me company.

This site is about the fiber art, which I make and sell: quilts, potholders, wallhangings and other art.  In my blog Wulf Howling I write about how I make my art practically and about what inspires me.  I also write about my life as an artist and about living on Bedlam Farm with my husband Jon and our animals.

About twice a year my Jon and I have our Bedlam Farm  Open Houses at the farm.  They are a weekend in June and October and everyone is welcome to come visit. They’re a celebration of Art and Farming.

Jon and our border collies, Red and Fate  herd the  our sheep.   You can meet our donkeys Lulu and Fanny and our pony Chloe.  We also have chickens and barn two barn cats, Minnie and Flo.    I sell my art and the art of  other  artists  from my Studio which I transform into a gallery for these weekends.  We have poetry readings and demonstrations of sheep shearing.   You can find more information about our open houses on my   Events page .

Full Moon Fiber Art is an expression of my work, and the online launching of my life as an artist.

I’ve been an artist my whole adult life, but about eight years ago was inspired by the women of Gee’s Bend Alabama, who have been making originally designed quilts from discarded fabric for over a hundred years.

And that’s what I do. I make original art from recycled clothes and fabric. I’m thrilled to be able to show and sell it here.

I have come to love my blog,  it’s a part of my finding my voice, and I thank you for coming and looking at my work. I appreciate and welcome your comments.

You can email me at: [email protected]

That's me with our donkey's Lulu and Fanny

That’s me with our donkey’s Lulu and Fanny

You can check out my interview on Today’s Woman here or the article about me and my work in the Life section of the Post Star .