ABOUT THE ARTIST
I grew up in the seventies, when pattern and tactility existed everywhere from shag carpeting, funky needlepoint and macram̩, to my mother's paisley dresses. From the very start of my creative life, pattern, tactility, mark making and process have played a part and continue in my work today.
ABOUT THE ART
Encaustic is my primary medium because it's smell, luminosity and tactile qualities are unmatched by any other medium. Layers of paint are added, portions are scraped away, incised and then more paint is reapplied. Adding/stripping away, concealing/revealing, history/discovery are what inspires me.
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