My practice bears suggestions of my background in the feminine tradition of craft, as I investigate concepts of transforming domestic objects and tools from daily life. Originally trained in textile arts, I turned to collage and palette knife painting as a result of an eye crisis that caused some permanent visual damage and an abrupt change in my approach to my work.

However, in an endeavor to reinvent my textile direction, my work, guided by an intuitive and autobiographical approach, has developed a three-dimensional persona, employing the use of recycling and recuperation, as a way of interpreting the elements and boundaries of ocular vision.