Standing back at a distance, my work might appear to be a painting, though I sometimes think of it as sculpture, because it does have dimension. The dimensions that interest me are invisible at a distance, and only truly discernible up close.
What I see and enjoy are the individual threads that combine together to create complex patterns and intricate weaves. I love the idea of complexity creating the appearance of simplicity, and when I stand back and look at a piece, though I can’t see the threads and stitches, I am aware that they are there. I am aware of the millions of actions that occurred to bring a fabric painting to life. This connects me to the idea that all things; biology, emotion, physics, relationships, are made up of infinitely intertwined elements that create a single object of beauty.