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Let’s support each other! I work with small businesses to buy materials, service my machines and all the little details of my business. When you support my dream, you support theirs too. Together we can create the best life and look our best while doing it. Let’s take pride in our culture and keep American manufacturing alive.
custom art services
The hats pictured are all handmade. Some are hand-dyed using various techniques, often using natural dyes from plants and minerals. All the hats are designed, blocked, sewn and trimmed in-house. Due to the unique quality of the work, many of the hats are one of a kind and/or limited run pieces. If the pieces are hand-dyed, natural variations will occur.
You also have the option to create a hat as unique as you are. Work with me to design something just for you or re-create a hat you see in the Boutique. Lets explore your sense of fashion, your individuality and character and create a piece for you to love for years to come.
We can draw inspiration from history, fantasy, books and movies or your own sketchbook. I am motivated by you and your stories, ideas and visions and look forward to creating a piece inspired by you.
When browsing the online boutique, you will see Custom Art pieces. The pieces pictured are all handmade and designed in-house. Inspired by mysticism, spirituality, space, time, pop and ethnic culture as well as art and color therapy. The intent is to create imagery that connects us to vibrational healing through form and color. If our thoughts create our reality, then focusing and meditating on objects of beauty will create a more beautiful world.
From sun-catchers to full window size panels, we can work together to create glass art that is just right for you. Tell me your thoughts and allow me to translate them into a beautiful glass object.
I bring my art out into the world by traveling around doing pop-up shops, trunk shows and teaching hat-making classes in the Finger Lakes region of NY. Contact me to host a private party.
ARTIST and Founder,
Kimberly Hutsal is a first-generation American, world traveler, and child of the wind. Born and raised in upstate NY, she decided to start exploring the earthly and spiritual realms early in life. Her travels led to the discovery of what seemed like an ancient and secret society of artisans and makers. This cemented in her the need to learn and carry on the traditions of Craftspeople before her.
Having been taught traditional women’s work as a child, Kimberly was steeped in fiber art as home craft. Learning how to sew, knit, crochet and embroider from her mother, it was seen as an important and useful skill. In a twist of fate, as a young adult Kimberly found an old abandoned loom in a barn and restored it to working order. Realizing that her love of all things relating to fibers was only deepening, she found a school, the Oregon College of Art & Craft, where she could receive a BFA in Craft with an emphasis in Fiber Art.
After she obtained her Arts degree, Kimberly worked as a papermaker and artist studio assistant. From paper making to quilting a manifesto, her exploration of the many facets of fiber arts led her to millinery. Hired on as studio manager and milliner to a boutique East Village millinery shop, Kimberly found the sculptural nature of hand-blocking hats appealing. Her love of weaving, sewing, embroidery and dye work had fused with fashion, prompting her to create her own label Two Foxes Studio.
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