About this Exhibitor / Bio:
I see my work as a visual conversation about contrast and relationship in which asymmetry, abstraction and repetition play important roles. My process is rarely a straight line from concept to completion and I welcome detours when new ideas arise in the midst of making. I usually end up learning where I was going only after a piece is finished. Wearable art itself is personal and therefore takes the idea of relationship a step further. The art viewer becomes the art wearer and the setting is not a wall, but the body.