Claudia Levy uses dyes and fabric paints to create scarves, wall hangings, fans, floor screens and silk-faced cards, as well as dresses, jackets, shawls and other wearable art.
Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery and her silk-faced cards have been sold at the Renwick’s gift shop. She has been a member since 1989 of the Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery.
Her work has been exhibited at the Mansion at Strathmore Hall and as part of a four-woman show at the Ratner Museum in Bethesda. She has also exhibited at galleries in the Washington region that include the Bead Museum, Waverly Gallery, Artisans and the League of Maryland Craftsmen Gallery. Her work has been sold at the Wayne James boutique in St. Croix and at the former Moon, Blossoms and Snow gallery on Capitol Hill.
She was given the top award of the Surface Design Association at the 2005 Creative Craft Council exhibition and an honorable mention in a national arts exhibition at St. John’s College in Annapolis.