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
After going online and postponing due to pandemic concerns, the American Craft Made show in Baltimore was back last weekend. It was the first time in a long time since I’ve done a craft show in person and the first doing such a big show. It got me excited to do more! Continue reading Greetings from American Craft Made in Baltimore!
I am busily getting ready for one of the biggest craft shows in the U.S., American Craft Made in Baltimore. Here are the deets! Continue reading Join Me for American Craft Made in Baltimore!