I feel a strong bond with the unheralded women artists of the past who created original designs and strong emotional statements using traditional handcraft mediums. My style is improvisational and fluid; I aspire to be a “Jazz Fabric Artist.”
Using traditionally “feminine” mediums, I create protest art, exploring contemporary societal issues including femicide, guns, controversial scientific advancements, environmental impacts, and forced migration. I also create art relating to personal issues such as insomnia, family ties and the nature of memory.
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