Gallery Work

My artwork incorporates juxtapositions: textiles and architecture, ephemeral fabric and discarded objects, translucency and  opaqueness. The fabric comes alive through these opposites. For a moment, a viewer slows, observes, and contemplates the calming rhythm found in nature. My artwork often contradicts the fast pace of society thus creating another dichotomy.


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Colorado River

Colorado River derives from five-mile segments of the Colorado River’s path across the Western United States. 

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River Process

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Water Current

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Colorado River

Colorado River derives from five-mile segments of the Colorado River’s path across the Western United States. The process of overlapped hand spun wool creates a blueprint references to historical Victorian Lace. However, this piece is everything lace is not.

 

Translucent Wall

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grey/re(a)d: in response

An exhibition at PlatteForum by Julia Karll and six teachers who investigated the impact of news and media on our lives. Each teacher wrote a lesson plan based on their experience that can be utilized in their classrooms.