Cabezón, my first attempt at weaving, 1985, made me fall in love with this art form. Here is an exerpt from the America Tapestry Alliance
My tapestries are impressions of places I love intensely, places that make my heart sing. The subtly of color in the high desert of New Mexico is captured in Cabezón, an ancient geological formation in the middle of nowhere that exudes magical energy. I wove this from memory on a Navajo frame loom on the porch of my home in Buffalo, New York during a glorious Indian summer while I was feeling especially nostalgic for my previous life in the Land of Enchantment. This tapestry transported me back in time and place.