A New Leaf

Every day I try to be more true to who I am and what I believe in. Itโ€™s been since the very beginning of my fiber art journey that Iโ€™ve felt the desire to steer away from โ€˜commercial โ€˜ dyes, and focus on natural dyes. So, it has felt really good to finally make the […]

Thoughts On Being

Ive been wanting to share a little more about what is going on in the landscapes of my mind while I work, but it is not usually a very easy thing for me to do. The question of what it means to be human is something that I have silently turned over within myself since […]

Five Steps Down Handwoven Art Yardage

This is a custom work, woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen, with a weft of raw silk. (woven in may 2019) Five Steps Down, which is a line from a song by the Indigo Girls (the Mississippi’s mighty, but it starts in Minnesota, at a place that you could walk across with five steps […]

Adornment In The World

I am so honored to be able to send my work out into the world, and to have it loved by beautiful lights like @ruahbe Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ . The necklace worn in the second photo was made with hand drilled, locally found (by me) iron concretions and 19th C. African bauxite handmade beads

High Water Everywhere Handwoven Art Yardage

This piece is a custom woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of raw silk. The name is inspired by old song about the Mississippi (about the 1927 flood) but it speaks to a lot of what the river evokes, the more recent history of Katrina and post-Katrina New Orleans, the high […]