Kami Watson is an award winning, second-generation fiber and textile artist in Studio 261 at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment. Watson focuses on wet felting, the ancient process of creating a textile by combining thin layers of wool fiber with soap, water, and agitation. Watson uses this labor intensive technique to create both sculptural and flat textile work, and often incorporates salvaged fabrics and fibers, as well as those she hand dyes, into her designs.

Most recently, Watson has been exploring the addition of hand stitching, painting, and mixed media as a part of her work. She is both a working and teaching artist, and member of multiple national and regional craft guilds and organizations. Her work is available in her studio, at juried fine craft shows and exhibitions, and in galleries around the U.S.