Kathleen Goddu lives and creates her art in Brunswick, Me. She has been practicing the fabric arts of shibori and sashiko for almost two decades, and shows her work locally amidst the vibrant Maine art scene. Her work illustrates a love of nature she gained as a child growing up near Little Sebago Lake.
With a degree in art and speech pathology Kathleen spent most of her 24-year career helping others find their voice. In 2000, she discovered a calling to express her own through Japanese textile art forms. Kathleen hosts workshops when she can, teaching and sharing her love of shibori and sashiko.
For a list of any future workshops, visit the upcoming workshops page. And for more information about Kathleen’s history and professional experience, please visit her bio and resume. If you wish to contact Kathleen Goddu, you may do so here.