My artistic journey focuses on fiber and paper art, where I explore techniques like macrame, weaving, and paper flower art. These methods allow me to create pieces that celebrate the beauty of nature and the emotions it evokes. Inspired by floriography, the language of flowers, I carefully choose paper botanicals based on their symbolic meanings. Each artwork carries hidden messages and sentiments, inviting viewers to interpret and connect with the piece on a personal level. Sustainability is an important aspect of my practice, as I prioritize the use of natural and eco-friendly materials. By combining fiber, paper, and nature’s language, my art encourages viewers to contemplate, connect, and appreciate the natural world around us.
From downtown Greenville, follow I-385 S to W Georgia Rd (exit 29). Take exit 29, merge onto W Georgia Rd, and continue for 2 miles. Turn right into N Moore Rd for 0.4 miles. Turn right into Brookfield Gardens, and continue down to the end of the cul-de-sac. #136 is the dark blue house on the right side, next to the community mailbox.