Evolving into Place

Evolving into Place

As with most of my work, the Net sculptures are an intuitive or visceral response to an emotional state or experience. The first of the small sculptures made of wire, paper pulp and encaustic came into being after we moved from New Jersey to Pennsylvania several years ago, inspired by a dream about butterfly nets. They […]

A Goddess in Need of a Name

A Goddess in Need of a Name

She is a Goddess, a hunter, a gatherer, and a vessel. The sum of many parts, she is a nest of stories, pieces that hold mysteries of their own, finding a way to weave together a sacred place. As we all do each day. Perhaps she is a portrait of our authentic selves, our inner network of […]

Be it Ever So Humble

Be it Ever So Humble

Home. Whether we have lived in a place for generations, or, are just passing through. Home as a place of comfort, safety and security, is a basic human need. The desire to understand this need and to find our interconnectedness through memory, place, history is always at the heart of my work, and my adventures. As I […]

Leap,and the Net

Leap,and the Net

“Leap, and the net will appear.”    John Burroughs (author, 1837-1921) I don’t recall where or when I first heard this quote by the american author John Burroughs, but there was something in that declaration of faith that resonated with me. It’s one of my favorites. Perhaps on some level, that is what led me to the imagery […]

Tuning in to Synchronicity

Tuning in to Synchronicity

Throughout my practice as an artist there is a thread that winds and flows through my work. This line connects the experiences, stories, materials, and places that inform and inspire the work to the elements within each piece as well.  Water, koi, birds, vessels, and nets are present and intertwined as I examine what we find, hold on […]

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