Trained as a landscape architect, my acts of design have always been about “surfaces.” In the past, earth, plants, brick, and stone were my materials; now cloth, fiber and colorants. A bridge between past sensibilities and present expression continues to be forged as I move from working with wool and felt process to exploring plant-based color and bast fibers. CONTINUE READING…
Naturally dyed, layered and stitched components. See more…
Vessel/basket forms are the shape of “Receptive”. See more….
So far, my teaching in 2022 has revolved around Indigo dyeing. Most recently at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Find out more…
Stay tuned for more info on workshops and demonstrations to come later in 2022.
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