Balancing Point, a place and a process
I'm hard at work capturing the late winter colors for my garden mandalas, and watching for the first signs of spring speckles in my favorite trees. Come see the results at the Saturday Shaker Sq. Market this spring, starting in May, 2020.
Knitweaving: Painting with loops and lines
Tapestries, Mandalas, and wearable accessories
In varying mixes of knitweaving and crochet, these round tapestries begin woven on a knitting loom, and then mounted on a metal ring, to be embellished by crochet with gemstone chips and beads.
The beauty of knitweaving lets me choose what background, free-formed row by row, can be created, then mounted on a porous background. Building up layers of applied fibers with crochet, needlefelting, and occasionally embroidery, I could go on indefinitely
When a striking colorway gets leftover from a tapestry series (I marinate them with existing and hand-painted fibers like an exquisitely chosen meal), I sometimes capture it in small pendants and pins to ease my way out of a series that needs to end, to help me let it go.
Series available in 2019, samples of custom pieces you can help design.
email for details, or to schedule a studio visit
Deep Woods mandala, seasonal tributes to the trees we love
5" and 6" pieces, $30-45
Key of Sea mini-tapestries, inspired by the edge of moving waters
Priced $30 and up
Drop of Fire mandala, inspired by lava sites and inner fires.
$40 ea., Three 5"x7" panels -- $110 and up
2019, samples of current work
Deep Woods series
Key of Sea 5"x 7" series
Deep Woods 5"x7" series
Drop of Fire series
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February 25, 2020
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