Fiber artist Laurie Wohl is internationally known for her unique Unweavings, liturgical projects, and interfaith message. Her works, recognized by the AIA Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture, and by the Surface Design Association, are held in the collections of the Museum of Arts and Design, American Bible Society, Constitutional Court of South Africa, Catholic Theological Union, and numerous other public and private collections. Her works have been on long-term loan to the United States Embassies in Beirut, Vienna, Tunis, Cape Town, and Pretoria.
Major liturgical projects include The Psalms Project (Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago – 12 major works) and the Talbot Bible Stoles Project (Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, NYC – 4 works), as well as pieces for Monmouth Reform Temple (NJ), Central Presbyterian Church (Atlanta), and First Presbyterian Church (Durham, NC). Ms. Wohl received the Honor Design Award for The Psalms Project, from the AIA Interfaith Forum.
Ms. Wohl lives and works in New York City and southwest Wisconsin.