Roxanne Brodeur Young is a poet and fiber artist who creates hand dyed wall art, jewelry and art to wear. She also offers one-on-one and group workshops in intuitive root work and emotional wellbeing.
She works with natural fibers, procion dye, and plant dyes inspired by the seasonal colors and happenings that surround the open spaces of the Sacramento Delta. As an aspiring western herbalist, Roxanne works closely with the plants she harvests to develop a relationship to fully appreciate and utilize their energetic and physical medicine. She portrays her personal lessons and messages in her art through color, images and poetry. She harvests local plants from her private garden and community.
Roxanne lives and works in between San Francisco and the tiny, historic town of Isleton, Ca on the Sacramento Delta. She currently teaches flower essence and natural dye workshops throughout Sacramento and the SF Bay Area and beyond.
You can follow along on Instagram at @RoxanneRoxanneDesigns
Roxanne received her BA and MA in poetry from San Francisco State University in 2008. She continuously works on deepening her relationship to her intuition and the natural world through music, tarot and other various forms of cartomancy, communing with plants, plant healing, flower essences, and metaphor. She is a student of western herbalism, astro- herbalism, flower essence therapy, acupuncture emotional system, and Reiki.