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Exquisite Gorge II

While participating in a fiber arts practicum at Lewis & Clark College, I took part in research and data collection relating to the Columbia River Gorge. With this, I created a small knit form. Each stitch coinciding with data collected.


Around the time of this exhibition, I wrote "this piece is based on electrical power data usage in the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, the large and impactful usage of hydro power. Several knitted squares were made with each stitch equal to 10 megawatts of power. Additionally, each color correlates with a different type of power (i.e. blue is hydro). The lightbulb is symbolic of electricity/power.


As you can see, the blue yarn is the most prevalent of all of the colors, symbolizing how prevalent hydro power is in comparison to other forms of electricity.
2022.

BLM Earrings

In 2020, after the death of George Floyd, and during the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, I created a series of pom-pom earrings. 100% of the proceeds were donated to Center for Black Equity. 

Yarn and sterling silver.

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous fiber works.

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