Jill Powers

jpowers@naropa.edu | 303-386-6492

Adjunct Faculty


BA in Visual Arts


M ED Visual Arts, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia
BA. Kutztown University

Jill is an environmental installation artist, and fiber artist with a sculptural emphasis. Her primary medium is kozo bark fiber, and her work has been recently featured in cutting edge work with Asian fibers at the Morgan Conservatory. Recent shows include the Art Brookfield galleries in Denver, and a large solo show at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder in the spring of 2016.

Jill offers workshops and retreats focusing on unusual natural materials and processes. Jill’s students experience a supportive and flexible atmosphere for discovery, investigation, and deep engagement. Jill is a member of Women Environmental Artist Directory. She writes a blog on her art experiences at jillpowers.com

Areas of Specialization

Natural  and earth-based materials
Natural process art
Eco & Environmental Art