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WHO’S AFRAID OF THE RAG TRADE

The work, Who’s Afraid of the Rag Trade is an investigation into creating unique fabric structures through dye & print by using recycled clothes.  The installation consisted of three such yardages each measuring 3 meters in length.  The yardage featured in the above photos was inspired by Morning Glory flowers, the other two yardages were […]

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WHERE HAS SHE BEEN

Three hand-crafted yardage lengths with corresponding garments (vests) made up the body of work: Where Has She Been.  Each yardage is 3 meters in length and consists of 6 layers of fabric. Each layer of fabric is hand-dyed and silkscreen printed with devoré. The floral pattern is revealed through the layers of calculated “holes” created […]

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KINMOKUSEI

Inspired by the tiny orange flowers in Japan known as Kinmokusei, I created this work.  The outer layer of fabric is a textured lace like structure created through the use of devoré.  The fabric is dyed and silkscreen printed three times; first with discharge, second with an orange dye, and third with devoré.  The underneath […]

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