I come from a long line of New England fine crafters – primarily weavers and woodworkers. Their creativity and loving attention to detail is reflected in the furniture, clocks, and coverlets that I still enjoy decades after they were first crafted. My ambition is to continue this fine craft legacy in my fiber arts studio.
I've enjoyed working with fabrics since I first learned to sew in junior high school. Over the years, I sewed primarily traditional fare – clothes, sails, curtains, quilts, stuffed animals, etc. However, more recently I've veered away from traditional sewing projects to experiment with fabric dyeing techniques, free-hand quilting and computer-generated fabric images.
“Blue Skiff” – Encaustic (wax) landscape painting on wood.
Measures approximately 7.5″ x 7.5″ in.
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This July the League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery will be hosting an exhibit titled “Patterns in Time”, a collaborative effort by League artists Doug Masury and Becky Sawyer. The exhibit features scarves, shawls, and jewelry inspired by the patterns of stained glass, scarification, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
BROWSE Patterns In Time
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