I am an artist in mothering, care-giving, teaching, creating, curating and advocating.
My work draws inspiration from the experience of being mothered and mothering. I define “mother” broadly to include individuals who are not biological mothers but nevertheless perform mother-work. I explore maternal ambivalence and labor, and incorporate the materials and substances that surround me. I utilize sewing, print and paper making, wood construction and new medias to create work that is personal and participatory. I focus on process in the creation and accessibility in the experiencing of my work.