TEXTILES serve as the perfect metaphor for the complexity and co-dependence of our existence.  Whether patterned or plain, these interwoven entities simultaneously reference that for which they were intended as well as serve as a trace for all that which went into their design and production.   Working inside and outside traditional modes of craft, I cut, knot, fray, stitch, knit, stain, print, deconstruct and embroider reclaimed fabrics to speak of the interconnectedness of matter, where land becomes objects, objects become land and land informs the human condition.