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Born and raised by wolves in the dripping netherworld of Cascadia, Jen merges the techniques and spirit of old craft and witchery to create modern day miscellany of enchanting and healing art objects.
After graduating from The Evergreen State College with a BA in bookarts and printing, Jen went on to be one of the co-conspirators of Community Print, a non-profit letterpress and screen print shop in Olympia, WA, where she spent 5 years teaching classes and making a turbulent yet decent living.
She just moved to a big beautiful loft space in Oakland, CA where she spends her days bookbinding, sewing parsley beds, lace-making, drawing…

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  • Born on November 22
  • Joined February 2, 2010

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ink, leather, twine, bark, shells, leaves, lace, tweed, bone, copper, hair, and dust

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About

---------> www.jenlorang.com <-----------
---------->http://jenlorang.tumblr.com<-----------
----------> https://www.facebook.com/AlchemillaCraft<-------------

Born and raised by wolves in the dripping netherworld of Cascadia, Jen merges the techniques and spirit of old craft and witchery to create modern day miscellany of enchanting and healing art objects.
After graduating from The Evergreen State College with a BA in bookarts and printing, Jen went on to be one of the co-conspirators of Community Print, a non-profit letterpress and screen print shop in Olympia, WA, where she spent 5 years teaching classes and making a turbulent yet decent living.
She just moved to a big beautiful loft space in Oakland, CA where she spends her days bookbinding, sewing parsley beds, lace-making, drawing poisonous plants, dancing to Mariah Carey, losing important items, and dreaming up ways to more fully become a self-sufficient artist.
As an artist, queer, feminist, post-punk and healer, Jen is dedicated to making art that supports the radical undercurrent by visually weaving stories of ideas and communities hidden and oppressed in our society.

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