I am a multi-disciplinary assemblage artist who works in found, thrifted, and donated materials. Typically I make use of textiles that have been manipulated through handiwork or piecework combined with what may be called kitsch, or readily available media and objects.

 

My intention with the 30X30x30 prompt was to create thirty unique pieces through sewing methods utilizing historic quilt block patterns and "crazy quilt" methods. Each six by six square consists of three unique fabric patterns, one applique or embellishment. Never repeating patterns, fabric, or embellishments throughout the entire process each piece is stretched onto a six by six inch frame creating individual tiny abstract "paintings", exploring the intersection of the handmade, the mass-produced object, the domestic, and fine art space