The "Art Quilts" exhibition is now at the Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock CA. The exhibition runs from April 4 thru May 27, 2018. Here's a couple of photos of the installation - my "Homage to LA" artwork is on the right on the wall. If you are in the area, it's a good chance to see some great fiber art.
Edward Goldman on NPR Radio's "Art Talk" has a short review of the group art quilt exhibition that I'm in at the California Heritage Museum this month. Press "play" to listen, scroll down to see a couple of photos and the actual text.
The Liberty Hill foundation is a leader in social justice issues. They commissioned me to create an artwork for their offices in 2014, and then published this interview with me. I recently re-read the interview, and thought I'd share it here. In it, I talk about how I started in the fiber arts, and some of my inspirations. Enjoy!
Welcome to my updated website! Unfortunately, the older blog posts do not roll over to the new website, so here we go, starting the blog anew. I will post news and upcoming events here. Oh, and the above photo is of where I grew up in Canada. Thanks for stopping by, and Happy New Year!
I am influenced by the landscape of my childhood, both interior and exterior. I grew up in a remote Quaker community adjacent to the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, Canada. My work is also influenced by the strong light and colors of Los Angeles, my chosen home.