A year ago, I was at the point of despondency over the issue of climate change and ecological disaster. Of course, the news is not better on either of those fronts, but I personally feel better because I have found a way to be proactive. My answer to the climate change issue has been to change my own lifestyle, take a whole lot more political action, and to make these quilts. Continue reading Responding to the Climate Crisis with Quilts
I have embarked on a new fiber art series entitled “Charting Loss,” about climate change. My aim is to explore all that is or has been lost already due to the climbing global temperatures and the havoc they are wreaking on fragile ecosystems around the globe. I’ve struggled with the idea of this series for awhile because I don’t want to convey doom and gloom … Continue reading New “Charting Loss” Series on Climate Change
All I knew is I wanted to do some leopard spots and honeycomb and it became a remix of natural and organic forms and colors in a tangle and all expressed in embroidery. Continue reading A Little Magical Realism
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!