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)…
As I watched the riot on TV, I sketched to keep my hands busy. I was thinking about how fragile our institutions are, how democracy requires everyone to agree on the legitimacy of the system. I was thinking of forms like Greek columns breaking apart, tumbling, leaning, becoming thin and unstable and shot through with a blood-red lighting strike. Continue reading A story about democracy and quilting… (Part 1)
2020 will go down as a very weird year. I have been been extra cautious with my activities during COVID-19 so I’ve had many hours at home to fill with creative projects. Continue reading Studio Update: Quarantine, quilts, embroidery, upcoming craft show and more!
Well, I’ve been putting this off for a few days but it’s time: I need to do a post about my latest 100-day-project and what it all means. Continue reading 100 Day Project 2020: Conclusions