After breaking my wrist in November of 2017, I was unable to knit for awhile. I also (serendipity at it’s best!) re-connected with my college room mate (a good friend and fellow tapestry weaver) around the same time. I told her how I was thinking of doing tapestry again; we talked looms and the next thing I knew my husband had made me a frame loom.
It was then that I re-discovered Tapestry weaving.
Over the years, I have become increasingly interested in the ways our natural world communicates.
I am inspired by nature and, more specifically, the interconnectedness of life. Living on the edge of the Flint Hills Prairie, I am surrounded by these nurturing connections. Reciprocity is an important aspect of my work. Trees, plants, and fungi are some of the subjects I draw from. Tapestry gives me the means to visually express these connections.
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