Joy Walker is an artist, designer and curator living and working in Toronto. She studied at the Ontario College of Art and Design and was an artist in residence in the Textile Studio at Harbourfront Centre. She works with fabric, paper and tape, using techniques such as screen printing, cutting, stitching, drawing and photography. Many of her works show patterns, grids, geometry and repetition. In 1996, she founded WORKtextiles, a design company that produces silkscreen-printed functional textiles for the home. WORKtextiles products have been sold through major design stores in Canada and the United States and featured in numerous publications. Joy Walker taught Fabric Science at George Brown College (2001-2006) and Studio Textiles at Sheridan College (2006-2007). She currently curates exhibits at *QueenSpecific, a window gallery on Queen St. West, Toronto and continues developing new art and design projects. Joy Walker is represented by MKG127 Gallery, Toronto.