I would like to share that Margret Miller shared her love and her work with The University of Findlay and the Mazza Museum this past year! What a wonderful resource both she and her work are to all that visit and hear her story! From her beautiful installation of art, her book and her presentation make for a one of a kind resource for any gallery or museum! Thank you for allowing us to be a part!


 Benjamin Sapp, Director of the Mazza Museum.   


 




“The dragon is such a really unique sight to see when you walk in,” said Mazza spokesman Kerry Teeple. “It’s almost so much that you can’t take it all in, it’s so amazing.”
 


" With his glow-in-the-dark polymer teeth and claws, amber eyes, and fiery orange felted breath, Smaug towers over children as they stand in awe of the creature."


Roberta Gedert, The Toledo Blade staff writer






Margret-Ann has had a lot of success hosting needle felting classes at The 577 Foundation. She has built quite a following among our students and it’s always fun to let her know that she has another full class. I constantly hear from her students how fun and informative Margret is as an instructor and as an artist.


Eric Slough, Administrative Director
The 577 Foundation





In 2013, The 577 Foundation was introduced to Margret-Ann Miller.  She was chosen to display her needle felted fiber artwork at the fiber577 juried art show, held on the beautiful grounds of The 577 Foundation in Perrysburg, Ohio.  She was awarded second place for the People’s Choice Award.  She also volunteered her time at the art show by involving youth and adults in the process of needle felting.
Due to her enamoring personality and her teaching ability of fiber-related arts, Margret-Ann began teaching needle felting classes to the community.  Within four years she has taught over 50 classes to adults at The 577 Foundation.  Her classes fill up quickly, and her participants are complimentary to her style, positive attitude & love of her art.


Mary L. Mennel
Director, 577 Foundation