Monster Felt Heads to San Francisco's Museum of Craft and Design

As of February, Tieton Arts & Humanities’ Monster Felt, the largest known piece of felt in the northern hemisphere, is currently being exhibited in San Francisco’s Museum of Craft and Design as part of Felt Decoded | Wool: Nature’s Technology.

The 15’ by 32’ piece, lovingly called Monster Felt by its size, is on display alongside the work of Janice Arnold. Janice, a fiber artist from the Northwest, was commissioned to lead the community felting project in Tieton that became Monster Felt. Symbolizing nomadic traditions and community involvement, Monster Felt also serves as the backdrop in the Museum’s exhibition for video footage of felt making in Kyrgyzstan.

You can begin planning your trip to San Francisco by reading more about the exhibition here. You can also learn about the Monster Felt here and of Janice’s intricate work on her website.

Tieton Mosaic on display!

Tieton Mosaic is currently featured in the fourth annual Windows Alive! exhibition in downtown Yakima through February 17. Windows Alive! provides local artists an opportunity to fill an empty storefront with art while contributing to the revitalization of the area. The Tieton Mosaic window showcases various works and the artisan process from start to finish. Each glass sign is hand-crafted, hand-shaped, and hand-laid. From in the only typographic mosaic studio in the country, each piece is created to last and is a timeless addition to the home or business.

Tieton Mosaic is currently accepting commissions. Please contact to learn how you can become the next owner of your very own one-of-a-kind sign.

And don’t forget to see the full exhibition featuring several local artists! The Tieton Mosaic window can be found on the North side of Yakima Avenue between the Hotel Maison and 3rd Street. To learn more about the exhibition, visit their website at

10x10x10xTieton Juror's Awards

Mie Kongo, Untitled

Mie Kongo, Untitled

Congratulations to the winners of 10x10x10xTieton's Juror's Awards! Five pieces were given the highest aggregate scores by the show’s three jurors: Adam Gildar, Rodolfo Sagado, and Susanna Crum. 

Now it's up to you to choose the People's Choice Award! Visit the exhibition to cast your vote and see over 100 more small works at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays 12 - 3pm through October 9.

10x10x10xTieton Opens Saturday!

10x10x10xTieton opens this Saturday! Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, August 13 from 12 - 3 pm. With 195 small works by 120 artists from around the world and a range of media, there's something for everyone. Drinks provided by Tieton Cider Works, Bale Breaker Brewing Company, and catering by "Our Kitchen." Entertainment presented by Chinook Fest, with a performance by The Common Deer!

Find this event on Facebook

Yakima Herald: Start Your Engines for the Tieton Grand Prix

"Crafty folks love to make their own things, whether it’s wine, beer, food, art, music or something completely different — like motor vehicles.

Way back when cars debuted, many were made by hand. Assembly lines soon took over, but some people still like to make their own. Examples of cars made by human hands, with plenty of fun personal touches mixed in, will take center stage this weekend in Tieton."

Read more at the Yakima Herald