How exciting that a USA fiber artist is showing her art and helping an amazing cause.  (Read About Rebecca) Fiber Artist Rebecca Varon’s Needle Felted Soft Sculptures to Debut in Tokyo and Raise Money for Habitat for Humanity, Japan On November 25, an exhibition of sixty-three unique, needle felted sculptures by American fiber artist Rebecca Varon will be unveiled as the main focus of the Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown’s holiday display. A percentage of the proceeds from Oakwood’s “Buy an Ornament for Habitat” auction sales and a separate event in Kamakura will be donated by Varon’s company, Nushkie Design, and Oakwood Serviced Apartments to Habitat for Humanity, Japan.  Shop Rebecca’s ETSY shop “Nushkie Design” for your holiday gifts.

By Linda Lanese




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  1. Rebecca Varon on November 22, 2010 1:39 am

    What an honor to have you mention my Japan showing and my Habitat Japan contribution. I’m so glad I discovered this site and wish you all the best. Will be following you! Warmly, Rebecca Varon

  2. Linda Lanese on November 22, 2010 10:38 am

    How nice that we have a lovely person like you in Japan showing your lovely work :)

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