Assistant professor at Massachusetts College of Art; residencies: Michigan State University, Sacatar Foundation (Brazil), St. Mary’s Art Center (NV); exhibitions: Honolulu Museum of Art, Wellin Museum of Art (NY), Jack Bell Gallery (London), Gallery Fritz (Santa Fe)
Raffia cloth, pigment, indigo dye, linen paper, hemp; hand stitched
53H x 63.75W inches
Indigo speaks to the women who were dyers and weavers on the plantation.
Kuba cloth, bark cloth, raffia cloth, cotton cloth; assemblage, dyed, painted,
42H x 29W inches
Refugee tells of cross-cultural travel and the many paths of diasporic learning. How if we change our lens and re-examine who the traveler is, we will see the teacher.
Raffia cloth, linen paper, natural dyes; hand stitched
44H x 45W inches
Dreamtime addresses the vortex black and brown people from all cultures live in as they try to survive the dominant white culture.