I love to stitch, knit and otherwise make. Both parents were what you might call crafty individuals, but it was my grandmothers who encouraged and indulged my passion for all things textile. My home is filled with their creations, vintage lace, antique embroideries, and Victorian paper ephemera.
My art has been exhibited in the US and abroad at museums including New York’s Museum of Art and Design, the Museum of Fine Art, Boston and the Milwaukee Museum of Art. Public collections include the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, the Swedish Arts Council, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
When I’m not knitting, crocheting, or up to other tomfoolery in the studio, I am cooking, eating, gardening, traveling or reading. I love coffee shops, mysteries, Thai food, dark chocolate, red wine, blue water, pink roses, giggling, London, Paris, memoirs, gouache paint, and French, which I've been studying since childhood and have yet to master. Those tricky subjonctifs!