About Me & My Process
Jack of All Trades, Master of None
I have always felt like I can be good at many things if given enough time to learn the skill, but I don’t feel like I’ve ever mastered anything. I’ve been crafting with my hands since I was little, and have always found joy in creating something from scratch with my own two hands. I enjoy the tactile qualities of sculpting – the soft give of clay to the solid fired pieces; the soft wool to the rigid felt that tells a story with the textures of the fibers.
After years of working in clay, I was drawn to wool because the medium compliments the animals that I was already making in clay and with crochet. I have found the challenge of manipulating the wool to be both fun and frustrating. Unlike clay, wool is a bit more unforgiving and has unique properties that take a bit of patience to learn.