GALIT MASTAI is a Vancouver based Fibre Artist. Her work explores themes in landscape and symbology through the use of macramé, or knot tying, techniques. Mastai’s use of materials is nature based and sustainably minded. She uses biodegradable fibres, such as untreated linen and cotton, which she hand dyes with botanicals, that are often hand foraged, local, and edible. Mastai obtained her BFA at Concordia University in Montreal. When not tying knots, you can find her teaching Fibre Arts to kids or beachcombing with her family.