Ideas, things I’m attracted to, and potential forms, tumble over each other in my mind as I work.  This process generates the unfolding momentum necessary for my work to begin and be sustained. The woven series continues in this vein of discovery.  What became immediately different with this group of work, was the introduction of the meshing of brass with steel; a technique that expanded the potential surfaces for patination while adding visual intrigue.  Gradually the work evolved to include the cutting of, then weaving back into the metal, forming a tactile texture, and a variation to the smooth fields of color and pattern.  While expanding upon my love of the amorphous forms and colors of the natural world, these pieces also integrate a more human element with the addition of geometric patterning.  My overall intention is to create landscapes of beauty and mystery that invite contemplation and reflection.
Weaving the Stars
2019, 20x39 inches, steel/brass/copper/aluminum
Woven Memories of Times Long Gone
2019, 20x39 inches, steel/brass/copper/aluminum

Trapped In This Web Of A World

2017, 38 x 18 inches, brass/ steel/ copper

In The Sea Of Life Entwined

2016, 38 x 18 inches, brass/  steel​​​​​​​

Woven Faded Mantle Of  Verdure

38 x 18 inches, steel/ copper/ brass​​​​​​​

Midnight Threads Aglow

2018, 24 x 18 inches, copper/ brass​​​​​​​

Autumn Weaving Her Colors

2018, 10.5 x 16 inches, brass/ steel​​​​​​​

From Where Dreams Are Woven

2018, 21 x 29 inches, brass​​​​​​​

Zephaniah

2016, 34.5 x 24 inches, steel/ brass​​​​​​​

Zadkiel

2016, 24 x 26 inches, steel/ brass

Zugzwang

2016, 25 x 15 inches, steel/ brass

Zohar

2016, 17 x 23 inches, patinated steel/ brass


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