Latest Fibre works:
-for 'Flying Arts Travelling Exhibition', 2013
This work titled 'Devil's Dice', won the Fibre Award in this exhibition.
1000mm x 700mm
tea and rust dyed silks sewn in Korean 'bojagi' method
silk shapes before mounting on perspex

This is my entry in the 2014 Flying Arts Travelling Exhibition, titled
 'The Fragility of Multiculturalism'
400mm x 1000mm
very fragile antique silk flags sewn together

'Wabi Sabi Woman' scarves
I am passionate about Japanese fabrics - especially the old, worn, patched kimono silks and the boro cottons. I have a range of scaves made from scraps of kimono silks, many with original stamps, markings and signs of loving wear.

For a slide show of more scarves, go to

Pojagi style screen
...a commission for a new Maleny home... to slide across an entertainment unit on the wall,
Teadyed new silk and kimono remnants,
app 1.5 metres x 1 metre,
Maleny, 2009. situ.
For a full 'story' of the whole process, go to where the story starts.

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