Cyanotype, black ink, metallic marker, and sewn thread on paper.
As a very young girl I was writing my own “language” in books, and writing over the writings of others. Since then I learned that what I was doing is not that unusual, and I have since discovered the wonderful community of Asemic writing and art.
Steeped in a family history of women working with textile art I incorporate my love of fiber and hand stitching whenever I can. Every piece I create comes from an idea which then seems to create itself, producing it’s own energy and life. In many ways it is a way for me to say the unsayable and becomes a bridge where all of language can meet.