"I am drawn to the rhythms and patterns found in nature. My works explore cross currents of color, the pulsing of fibers, and shifts in hue. In the early seventies I attended classes at Rochester Institute of Technology. And over the years have taken numerous classes at Penland School of Crafts. As a weaver I apply a range of techniques and position variegated dyed fibers to denote shifts in visual space. My marbled pieces for display are applied by hydroprinting acrylics to silk or rice paper; the overlays of different patterns make each piece graphic and unique. I also create hand marbled and woven scarves, as well as fused glass and even jewelry. "
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