Wandering in Place
textile, 70" by 23" on bamboo hanger
In 2008, I walked in Saori Worcester and I began my journey as a weaver. While I have studied other forms of weaving, Saori captured my imagination and my heart. Saori is considered improvisionational or free style weaving: it is weaving without intention. I practice from my Saori studio is Desert Hot Springs.
A response to Shelter in Place, Wandering in Place demonstrates the confines of our present state. Made of plant materisls-- cotton, linen (flax) and bamboo-- the weaving illustrates the meandering line that we travel inside our individual worlds during this time.