Like an Ocean gyre, a vortex of artifacts of a consumption based contemporary society become
ensnarled with driftwood, dead coral, and seaweed creating a grotesques amalgamation of disparate
materials which remarkably can still harbor life.
I employ traditional lace making to render protective structures laced from thread and rope; as well as unconventional embroidery to create works on paper representing interior spaces and the outdoor paths leading to those spaces.
My paintings deal with the spiritual, otherworldly qualities of light in a landscape of the ideal, existing
on the threshold of the corporeal and spiritual, allowing the viewer to contemplate the landscape
while exploring the inner vista.