Thesis Exhibition


Marilyn Werby Gallery

Hand woven cotton and polypropylene thread

3 panels – 4 yards x 10 yards each

In my work there is an intersection between the animate and inanimate as well as references to the body and landscape. I am interested in how over time, seemingly inanimate forms slowly shift, settle, change and become animate. Although the results are not always immediate, our environment and body have a great effect on each other. Over time physical wounds heal into scars, feelings of loss are soothed by time, tides rise and fall, and paths are made as we walk. These phenomena are just as prevalent externally as they are internally. I am interested in this intersection and how the beauty, synchronicity and poetics of life can be transformed into a visual, spatial and material experience.