new work

November 17, 2013

this blog has been long neglected! Here are a few new pieces as I continue to explore the ideas of light, movement, reflection and shadow on Washington rivers and beaches.skokomish059-DSC03618

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April 1, 2012

These four tapestries were all completed in the past six months and are all over the board in terms of approach. The two topographical tapestries were woven for a collaborative exhibit that includes members of Tapestry Artists of Puget Sound and Tapestry Weavers South. The exhibit, “NW x SE” is currently on display at the Gaston County Museum of Art in Dallas, NC and will be shown at the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor beginning in mid Sept. “USGS Vaughn” is the topographic map of where I live here in Washington and “USGS Southern Pines Quadrant” is my grandmother’s home in Pinehurst NC.
“Marsh at Minter” was woven for Pacific Portals , ATA’s unjuried show in Longbeach this summer. It is an estuary that demands a visit when the salmon return in the fall.
The final piece is “Skokomish at Staircase”, the second in an ongoing series about Washington rivers. This was inspired by an early summer hike in the Olympic Mountains to sea the river in full flood.

NW x SE “USGS Southern Pines Quadrant”

April 1, 2012

NW x SE “USGS Vaughn” 11′ x 11″

April 1, 2012

“Marsh at Minter” 9″ x 5″ (Pacific Portals exhibition in Longbeach)

April 1, 2012

A few new pieces. First yp “Skokomish at Staircase” 38″ x 35″

April 1, 2012

Updating blog

February 25, 2012

Guess I have been very inattentive at keeping this up to date and hope the few images below will make up for it a little. I am definitely a member of the Slow Art Movement.

On the Road to Haiku

February 25, 2012

Shallow Water

February 25, 2012

A new diptych measuring 30″ X 48″

Skokomish at Staircase

February 25, 2012

A work in progree. Now off the loom and soon to be finished.