Small Art ~ The Sea

This series is dedicated to all the small things found on beaches and shores…the things that you tuck into a pocket, or place on a window sill or in a bowl. The things you thought had a special shape or texture or look. The ones we find ‘along the way’. The ones we like to […]

Diminishing

A defining feature of the Chesapeake Bay is its crab and oyster populations. But, according to NOAA and other scientific reports, the oyster populations in the Chesapeake Bay are only one percent of what they have been historically. Their loss has caused a mass destruction to the Bay environment including loss of water quality and […]

Biology Art

When I am working on my ‘biology’ textiles, I often think of the sewing machine as microscope. Even when I’m photographing things, I pick out the tiny details and then amplify them, which brings out the joy of discovering unexpected detail and complexity. For these colorful pieces I typically choose a plant cell, and render […]