July, 2019: My Montauk Lighthouse wall quilt has returned from a three-year stay at the US Embassy in Riga, Latvia. See my Montauk web page.
Fall, 2019: The Inspired by Endangered Species quilts will premier at Houston International Quilt Festival this autumn! I’m pleased that my two quilts will be in the 100 quilts selected by that venue, out of the 182 total in the project. My “Purple-Faced Langur” can be seen on this page. All the quilts will be at other venues, and will appear in a book to be published later this year, no other sneak peaks till then.
June, 2019: Sixty of the “Inspired by Endangered Species” quilts, including my Longleaf Pine, will be at a special exhibit at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC, on June 24, 2019.
May, 2019: Two acceptances! I will have a thread-sculpture teapot in the Creative Crafts Council’s Biennial Exhibition, and an art quilt in Sacred Threads. See the list on my Schedule for dates and links, and about other upcoming exhibitions of my work.
I have five pieces (both 2D and 3D) in a terrific show with the Potomac Fiber
Arts Guild at Artists & Makers,
Read my article about my work and inspirations at “Hand/Eye”. There are also images of my thread sculptures. Check out what else this great online resource has to offer.
“Marbled Tea” and “Elm Tree Tea” have been selected for the Shenandoah Valley Art Center’s Annual Contemporary Juried Exhibition. December 1, 2018 - January 19, 2019
I’ve finally added more artwork to some of my website’s galleries. See “Phishing”, “Pele’s Feathers”, “Gold Leaf Tea”, “CiCiCicadaaaaah”, and “Pine Tree Tea”.
I’ll be selling my fiber art and jewelry at two more shows this fall, in the Metro DC area: The 48th Annual Labor Day Art Show at Glen Echo Park, and the 11th annual JRA (James Renwick Alliance) Day. See the list on my Schedule for dates and links, and about other upcoming exhibitions of my work.
Hot Tea 2018 multi-media international invitational is “live”, including my new quilted teapot, “Universalitea”.
More venues for Inspired by the National Parks and Fly Me to the Moon have been added. See the list on my Schedule for dates, and about other upcoming exhibitions of my work.
This is not what I want to happen. As I update this website with my installation work on school shootings in the U.S., another terrible one happens. See “17 on 14 from 15”.
My political commentary art quilt, “Nincompoopery”, has been accepted into the Workhouse Arts Center’s 2018 Fiber National Juried Exhibition. Fiber National showcases the best in contemporary fiber art from around the United States. The second biennial of the exhibition will highlight exciting, innovative artwork utilizing both traditional and non-traditional techniques. The juror was Rebecca Stevens. Exhibition dates are June 1 – July 29, 2018.
Welcome to my new and improved website! Many, many thanks to my wonderful webmaster for making it happen. If you see anything especially nice, or something that looks like it should be fixed, please do let me know.
Two of my art quilts are in Red, the catalog for the show of the same name, by Textile Study Group of New York (TSGNY). It’s available through Amazon. Packed with images, an affordable price!
Check out my online shop, particularly for my fiber-art jewelry and thread
sculptures at ARTIZAN, made by hand
See the list on my
Schedule for information about current and upcoming exhibitions of my work.
Watch a fun little video showing how I made “Phishy,” a small thread sculpture.