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The world is full of seams.
Our life is full of seams.
Seams that split and bind, open and stitch up gaps, mend the tears.
Borders that are transient and enduring, able to be minimized and expanded, mobile and static.
They can be ripped, resewn in a new composition, and ripped yet again.
I call attention to issues underlying the seam line, separation barrier or link, pulling connecting threads and pushing the boundaries of those threads.
My work explores my interest in the natural world, history and process, choice of material and textures, intuitive composition and the essential and overriding dialogue between these.
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