my home

This collection represents home to me, on several different levels.   Below you will see the pieces that move from a grand scale to the local – The United States, Georgia, Dalton, and the immigration process that made this so for me. Independence Day is a time...

glacier bay, alaska

Last summer I was blessed to be able to see Glacier Bay National Park first hand.   We were only there for a day but the colors, landscape and wildlife that I saw that day have had such an impact on me, and have inspired many of the pieces in this show.    The colors...

mother earth

Seen at a distance our mother earth has no borders.  The blue skies and waters, white clouds, and greens and browns of the land seem pristine but closer inspection shows a need for more care, for the land, the sea and sky, and eachother.  If we do not, then what will...

currents

This piece was inspired by the swirling tropical seas of crystal clear water that can be found surrounding islands near to the equator. Currents move the water, bringing nutrients and life with them and are a powerful influence on the surface of the seabeds. Like the...

people

These pieces were made in honor of people, weaving my love and admiration for them into the very fabric.   These pieces reflect each one in places we know, with a favorite object, or in a loved photograph. ...

sitka

If anyone asks me about my favorite color, I’ll unhesitatingly answer “green”, and I think that’s why I enjoyed the day in Sitka, Alaska so much. Part of our day was spent walking in Sitka National Historic Park, a lush forest that’s...