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Kristin Loffer Theiss started a working studio in the Pacific Northwest called klt:works in 2005. She’s been making and designing products for the modern home & family under the klt:works label ever since. The klt:works studio has expanded over the last few years, including various forms of printmaking and surface design as the primary focus in the products offered. Kristin’s love of textiles, screen printing, & mid-century design has influenced her new line of printed goods. Both she & her husband are currently combining their interests and skill by working on a collaborative line of porcelain & textiles. Additionally, they are continuously offering a variety of workshops and classes in their small, home studio.

Kristin & her husband, Chris, both hold MFAs in Fine Art and met in 1996, teaching at the local college (Skagit Valley College) where they remain adjunct faculty- Kristin occasionally teaching drawing or painting & Chris maintaining a continuously full schedule of ceramics, 3-D design, drawing, gallery, & into to art. They have a child named Sayer, who is a young artist & musician in his own right along with being the business “tech” consultant (he made & maintains this website). KLT:works is a family studio and all three creatives have their part in the success and unique vision of the business. A day in a life around their house includes laughter, dancing, listening to music, and making. Everything you see with a klt:works label is made by hands – with attention to detail & lots of heart.

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Chris received his MFA in Studio Art from University of California Davis, Davis, CA in 1992 & has a BFA with a concentration in Ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI in 1990. He attended the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY Foundation Program 1985-1986.

Kristin received her MFA in Studio Art from School of Visual Arts, NYC in 1996 & her BA in Fine Art with a concentration in Drawing & Painting from Central Washington University, WA in 1993

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