Abstract Fiber and Mixed Media Artist, Exhibiting and Teaching in Buffalo and Rochester.
Private Lessons by Appointment.
Accepting Commissions and private students for Summer 2023 until April.
Public workshops and small private group sessions held at The MUSELoft through MUSEjar in East Aurora and the Rochester Brainery in Rochester.
Silent Forms Retrospective, Project308 Gallery, Oliver St., N. Tonawanda.
Jan. 13, 2023 - Mar. 1, 2023
Closing Party Feb. 24
NEWS + PRESS
EVOLUTION OF ROYCROFT:
NATIONAL A&C CONFERENCE
GUEST CURATOR, OMNI GROVE PARK
Honored to co-curate the historical exhibit at what the NY Times calls, “the most important weekend of the year for Arts & Crafts collectors,” on behalf of the Roycrofters-at-Large Association. Evolution of Roycroft brings together examples of modern Roycroft work with artifacts from the Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum, in collaboration with the Aurora Historical Society, as one of two art exhibits, alongside "The Women of Weller Pottery."
Feb 17-19, 2023.
HOLIDAY VALLEY, ELLICOTTVILLE, NY
Making Music Touchable: Using Suminagashi to channel soundwaves from the live acts at the base of the slopes of Holiday Valley to generate inspired wearable and frameable soundprints that express the vibratory signature of the muscial artists. This project exploring experimental sound printing combining modern music and ancient art is in its second year. This is a ticketed music festival; VIP and GA tickets available through organizer now.
EDUCATE. ILLUMINATE. EMPOWER. MODERN FIBER.
Accepting Private Spinning, Weaving and Felting Students for Summer 2022.
Single session private instruction, Buffalo area.
In addition to private instruction, a monthly selection of public fiber related workshops run through MUSEjar in East Aurora and The Rochester Brainery.
All public workshops are available as private small group bookings upon request.
Winter Children's Camps will run in February in East Aurora for Winterfest and in April in North Tonawanda.
NEW - Weaving Series Intensive Begins March 13 in East Aurora!
SHOP IN STUDIO
Gotland sheep have been bred for centuries in Sweden as a dual purpose breed, having been brought to isle of Gotland by Viking seafarers. I am proud to offer a variety of American bred Gotland Sheep Pelts. Each is unique, and individual prices vary depending on size, staple length and weight. Prices range from $175 starting, up to $500. All are products of yearling lamb, in an way to honor the animal by ensuring that all parts are valued and used, as opposed to mass market produced pelts. Some are suitable for garment piece work, and all are luscious and make perfect gifts. Shop the only Authentic Gotland pelts available in Western New York.
Garment Grade tanning work and machine washable for easy care.
We are currently sold out. A restock will be available in July 2023.
Use the button below to be added to our waiting list for a first look at new pelts.