Interview!

Tapestry hand woven

Cabezon

Hand woven, tapestry

SSI Beach

I was interviewed last autumn for the American Tapestry Alliance, by Barbara Burns, an amazing tapestry artist and member of ATA. You can listen to the podcast here    and view the Blog Post on the American Tapestry Alliance website. 

Thanks, Barbara!

These are two of the images I provided for the interview. Left, Cabezon – This is where my weaving adventure began. This is the first piece I ever wove, back at Buffalo State College in 1985 while I was working toward my undergrad degree in Design. Cabezon is an unusual geological formation, a sacred place in northern New Mexico. The image on the right, SSI Beach, is a tapestry of a another sort, woven on a different type of loom. It is my interpretation of the beautiful coastline along St. Simons Island, Georgia. To purchase SSI Beach, contact me directly. Cabezon is not for sale.

My work is strongly influenced by the beauty of nature, the most amazing artist of all.  Being surrounded by beauty – art or nature, makes us happier, healthier people.