Tag: denim

On The Mend

I’m on a little bit of a denim kick lately…I can’t imagine why. While searching for inspiration lately, I came across boro fabrics and sashiko stitching, a form of Japanese hand quilting done to repair old clothes and household items. Menders used a small running stitch to bind together multiple

Photos from the Say What? Gallery

My apartment walls are a beige-y pink. It’s kinda pretty and soothing, as long as you don’t try to use them as a background for photographing art. It’s a terrible color for that. In my next apartment, I may just paint one wall white, so I always have a solid

“Say What?” Gallery Opening This Friday

After a mad one-month rush to create new works reflecting the quote “We are symbols and inhabit symbols,” I’m thrilled to announce the gallery opening. Inspired by Japanese boro (patched clothing), folk quilts, and those jeans that I’ll never throw out, I’ve created several works made entirely from worn denim

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