I am a multi-disciplinary artist creating socially minded projects that are deeply personal and
anthropologically rich. My projects work to foster connections between viewers and community
members, and to encourage dialogue.
Thread, embroidery or stitching represents not only the artist’s hand, but also
a domestic, labor intensive act relatable to a global practice incorporating
domestic materials and processes typically linked to the female experience.
My work combines a love of gesture and color with an appreciation of structure. I use large brushes to create highly energized strokes that intimate various patterns and forms in architecture such as frames and baroque ceiling vaults.
I seek to normalize Indigenous presence and narratives within the greater global fabric, equal to any other cultural group; investing contemporary indigenous Native American culture with an international sense of place.