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I want to illuminate the what can be perceived when looking at the world both closely and from a distance. Borrowing the computer language of pixel color segments, the silk squares reference the microcosm of cellular structure and how it resolves into ever larger organisms.  I want to represent—with only a few thousand pieces—the glorious complexity of our world.

Each piece is composed of hand-dyed silk squares, sewn together as lightly as possible to maintain the original softness and fluidity of the silk. 


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             Material View, Miami International Airport, Miami FL, 2017.

These pieces are an exercise in color.  After years of learning to dye, I wanted to push myself to understand how individual colors combine to make a unified impact

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