I began making fiber art in the 1980s, beginning by imagining ways to make traditional quilt designs more free form.
As my work developed, experimentation led me to create new designs using curved piecing, fused landscapes, and eventually pleating curvy strips of hand dyed fabrics to mimic the striations in rocks and canyons.
Life events sometimes spurred changes in my work, making it more abstract and personal. Oceans, rocks, and trees speak to me of survival through the storms of life. The eternal cycles of nature sustain my spirit and inspire my creativity.
I hope you will enjoy exploring the evolution of my work over time. For prices and more information, please contact me.
June 1 to July 31, 2019
10701 Rockville Pike
North Bethesda, Maryland
Reception: June 6, 7-9pm
February to June 2019
United States District Court of Maryland-Greenbelt
6500 Cherrywood Lane
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
Information: (301) 344-0660
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