I’ve been making baskets and vessels in recent years and am intrigued with using ancient techniques like twining and sewing to create modern forms.
I love the concept of “sculptural basketry” which to me means how, when and where baskets become sculpture and vice versa. Often that includes asymmetry, open space, whimsy, bumpiness, curves and humor.
The vessels called Pear Shaped and She Rock remind me of our lumps and bumps, sizes and shapes, roundness, femininity and softness. They are part of a series called Sisters, celebrating our connections and idiosyncrasies.
I work with paper- covered wire, waxed linen, leather, paint, cedar, paper, wire - and tend to use natural looking and feeling materials.
Invoke, Cloverdale Arts Alliance, January 2018
Holly Badgley Studio, Sausalito, Dec. 2017
Susan Stover, 3D Forms and Encaustics, October 2018
Lisa Kokin, Reuse Muse, June 2018
Jane Herrick, What If?, February 2018
Jacqueline Mallegni, Flax Fiber Sculpture, June 2017
Pat Hickman, Knotted Netting, January 2017
Margaret Mathewson, Starts and Stops, April 2016
Polly Adams Sutton, Twined Sculpture, November 2015
Matt Tommey, Double Walled Basketry, September 2015
BA, English Literature, University of California, Berkeley