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My fabric and mixed media art is appearing in four Washington venues:
  • Bainbridge Island Studio Tour on August 12, 13, 14 — over 30 pieces of fabric art at the OHO Studio. (259 Ferncliff Ave. NE, Bainbridge Island)
  • Columbia Bank  — Now through July 30 — 4 art pieces. (249 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island)
  • North Olympic Central Library — Now through October 15  Commemoration of 100th anniversary of our National Parks — One quilt of Mt. Rainier. (2210 S. Peabody St., Port Angeles)
  • Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce — Now through 2016 — Original fabric art and some prints from fabric art. (19735 10th Ave NE, Suite S100, Poulsbo)

I hope you will be able to see my work!


Here’s a little information about my fabric and mixed-media art: I like to capture the moment with bold, saturated colors. To create my art, I use multiple fabrics, free-motion stitching, embroidery, thread painting, applique, beading, collage, dying, painting, needle felting, stamping, and other surface design techniques. My fractal- inspired designs explode into the infinite universe. They also implode to microscopic size. By investigating nature revealing itself in fractal structures, I see that an atom’s design looks similar to a galaxy’s design! After creating fractals on my computer, I re-create them on fabric and use embroidery and beading to enhance the designs.


Nature’s dance of life inspires my art as I manipulate hand-dyed and hand-painted fabrics and embellish them to reveal light, movement, and color. My designs encircle, spiral, branch, and wander as they simulate the universe. Underwater creatures writhe and struggle while my invented biological microcosm zooms in on life and its turbulent, irregular, twisting patterns. There is no limit to nature’s inspiration in its amazing layered networks.

For eight years I studied art, design, and fabrics through the Center for Creative Arts in La Conner, Washington, from which I received a diploma in 2014. My master’s degree in Comparative Literature, archaeological field work in the Middle East, extensive travels, and technical communications career stimulated my desire to create art. For several months in 2015, the Verksted Gallery in Poulsbo, Washington, displayed my art.



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