Marjolaine Arsenault is a feltmaker/fiber artist fascinated by the creative process of making seamless nuno felt garments. Her work is influenced by her love of gardening and the interpretations of natural elements. Composition, color harmony and texture are integral to every creation. Nuno wet felting technique invites the imagination to paint with wool, silk and other fibers to create unique pieces of wearable art. She travels across the country to sell at various Juried Fine Craft Shows and to teach workshops. She was awarded the Collector's Award at the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show in 2013 and the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Chicago Botanical Garden Fine Craft Show in 2014. Her garments were exhibited at Kent State University Fashion Museum in the show Entangled: Fiber to Felt to Fashion in 2014-15. She is a member of the Northeast Feltmakers Guild. She studied Fine Art at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada and after 20 years as a graphic designer and 10 years as a garden designer, she continues following her heart to recreate herself. Her studio Marjolaine's Touch is located in North Creek, NY.