Fuzzy Mall is a self-taught textile artist, who specializes in applique portraiture. Upon graduating from Kent State University, he began his work in painting and mixed media, showing regionally throughout the Midwest. His focus solely in textiles started five years ago when he and his family moved to Dundas, Ontario, where they currently reside. Since that transition, Fuzzy has won several awards including Best in 2D at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, City of Hamilton Emerging Artist of the Year, and Craft Ontario Emerging Artist Award. His work has been featured in several magazines, including Fiber Art Now’s Emerging Artist Showcase and Excellence in Fibers VI issues.
We respectfully acknowledge that The Mary E. Black Gallery and the Centre For Craft Nova Scotia are situated in Mi’kma’ki, which is the unceded territory of Mi’kmaq people. We are governed by the Peace and Friendship Treaty of 1752 and endeavor to respect the rights and intentions laid out within it, as we are all treaty people.