After a lifetime in the performing arts, a guitar playing singer/songwriter walked into my life and before I knew it, I was married and had a son. I went from being someone to being someone's mom.
I needed something to do. As a kid, I had always had "busy hands" that my mother was forever trying to satisfiy with a variety of craft projects. Grandma taught me all the needle crafts she knew and I took to carrying a sketchbook around in high school. Home, alone with a baby, I taught myself broken pieces mosaics - Pique Assiette. I began selling large pieces (furniture, lamps, miriors, house numbers) in local shops. Then I found paint and began to incorporate it into my pieces. I began designing spaces and doing the work myself. Pretty soon, I got the sewing machine out and grandma's crochet hooks, and fabric and beads and lots of polar fleece. I took a concrete sculpture…
- Born on May 26
- Joined April 28, 2009