Katherine Maxwell is a multi-faceted artist with an extensive catalogue of work. She began her career as a fashion stylist and editor, outfitting rock bands and working for famous fashion companies. After growing disillusioned with the fashion industry, she turned to the healing arts and her love of knitting and weaving techniques. Maxwell now creates fiber art using recycled materials and natural fibers, including buffalo, coyote, and wolf wool. Her weavings interact with dramatic natural surroundings, often being set up on the open road in places like the south of France or Route 66. Her designs have garnered recognition from the fiber arts world and have been featured in prestigious books such as "Textiles Now: Celebrating Textiles from Around the World" and "Textiles: The Art of Mankind."