My work addresses the vastly different roles women play in society. Individually, females face their own unique challenges and victories, but collectively, there is much to be shared. In my art, I explore the challenges, expectations, and stereotypes imposed upon women, both by themselves and the world around them. Conversely, there is also space to celebrate the advancements women have made, and how we can be inspired by them every single day. Recently, I have been approaching this theme with a focus on the influence of time and place. I am inspired by the environment around me, and often consider how the past and present merge in those spaces. There is opportunity to explore personal and collective memory within the intersection of time and place. My work often represents an abstracted reality of a place, which speaks to distortion caused by the lapse of time and individual perception. In addition, I have been researching and experimenting with various forms of textiles to further connect my work to the historic expectations of women. The inherent tactile nature of fiber art relies on memory and recalls the societal domestic place of women.
I am a multi-media artist working primarily in printmaking, textile, and digital art.