My abstract work has always revolved around the idea of natural processes of metamorphosis and transformation. I was listening to music recently and found myself making these drawings of strange little floating entities. Then I tried to create them in stitch. Continue reading Embroidered wall-hanging, from sketches to finished product.
My new quilt in progress is a redwork quilt memorialising the 23 species listed as extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2021. I am learning about grief, hope, and joy through this intense process. Continue reading Extinct 23: A Redwork Quilt in Progress
Carrying these quilts in protests is part of an ongoing experiment in blurring the lines between speech, activism, and art. Continue reading Marching with My Quilts
I’m excited to announce I will be participating in Baltimore Craft Week from 12-18 April! Bookmark it and set a reminder! Continue reading Mark Your Calendars!
Quilting is a democratic art. Quilts are part of the history of different communities, different economic classes and they’ve been made for all kinds of reasons. Quilts are part of our history. They tell our story. So I think they are a perfect medium for addressing my deepest concerns about the state of democracy itself. Continue reading A story about democracy and quilting (part two)…