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A visual treat of European cities inspired by my recent travels in France, Belgium, Austria, and Hungary. The works are derived from my digitally manipulated photographs which are pigment printed on cotton and silk , hand quilted and gallery wrapped on stretched canvas.
This series focuses on the vibrant colors of several neighborhoods in New Orleans seven years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Mixed media on cotton, and linen, hand quilted, and collage works on stretched canvas..
Drawn from my photographic images of urban architecture which are digitally manipulated and pigment-printed on linen, these collages capture the energy and vitality of the ever-changing urban landscape. The linen collages are created on a substrate of stretched canvas.
This series focuses on the metaphorical implications of the window which, from Renaissance painting to cinema and cyberspace, has always been perceived as a mediator between spaces. The works are composed of my digitally manipulated images which are printed on silk, hand quilted and gallery-wrapped on stretched canvas.
An homage to the artist’s downtown New York neighborhood, this series highlights the aging beauty and patina of the cast iron buildings that surround her. Created from her digitally manipulated photographic images which are printed on cotton and hand quilted, the works are hung by aluminum rods which are inserted into sleeves on the back.
These mixed media works are inspired by the natural world. They are created by printing my digitally manipulated photographs onto cotton fabric and adding a layer of depth and animation to the surfaces by hand quilting with silk thread. The works find resonance in the scientific theory of Complexity.
These pieced geometric abstractions created between 1996 and 2006 are all hand quilted. They hang from anodized aluminum bars which are inserted into sleeves on the back.
This series of hand-hooked works, entitled “Noise” celebrates noise as a metaphor for life. The works are created with strips of printed cotton fabrics which are hooked into a mesh canvas and mounted on stretched canvas.