Turning fiber art into street art

Victoria Walsh picked up knotting during her time spent serving as an activities therapist at various mental health facilities in Central Florida. While developing projects and calming fiber art projects, she began to stretch into the streets of Orlando and "Fiber Bombed" the city with collaborative installations and workshops for all ages. She began selling her work and experimenting with more elaborate pieces, until coming to where she is now; community focused, street-art savvy artist who takes pride on educating others on the meditative art that is Macrame!

Today, Macrame Momma focuses on community fiber bombs, DIY workshops, and hand-knotted fashion. Victoria serves as faculty at several museums (Orlando Museum of Art, Art and History Museums - Maitland, Lake Mary Museums and Mount Dora Modernism Museum). She specializes in curating synergistic projects representative of local community.