I use drawing, printmaking and textiles to find ways to connect with the people and the environment around me. Sometimes this means reacting to a space or experience, externalizing my perception or questions about it, making what is invisible seen. Sometimes I am creating opportunities for interaction with other people, leaving behind visual and physical evidence of this exchange. My works become places for feelings, questions and experiences (whether my own or others’) to reside and to confront us.
You can see a video I made about my work for Somerville Open Studios 2020 here.
I make my woodcut prints at Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, MA where I am a member.
I am currently an auxiliary member at the Washington Street art center in Somerville, MA, where I serve on the membership committee.
I have a BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.