She is a primarily a fiber artist and a sculptor. To look on her time line, you would see that she is just starting her career. However, she shows maturity and vision in her work that would suggest a lifetime as an artist. If you pay attention as you get to know her, you'll understand at a deeper level what it can mean to work with fiber. She collects, understands, cares for, listens to, and gives back her life to the materials she works with, and it shows. She and her husband Tommy live near Ruth and myself here in Gainesville, FL. They are always commenting on the limits of their space, which is even smaller than ours. However, I think working under a quality constraint such as limited space is a great way to achieve intimacy and beauty in your work.
This piece is 12" x 6" x 3". Hand-spun wool, graphite powder, polycarbonate sheet, cotton binding. I adore it.