This obsession with the inspiration that paintings give me started in the summer of 2016.
I use a lot of contrast when I weave - different textures, sizes, shapes of yarns, and even objects like recycled leather. It gives this three-dimensional feel, like there's more to the story than traditional warp and weft. Don't get me wrong, I love traditional weaving, sometimes almost more than modern-day free form weaving, but there's something about what I do that's freeing. Similar to the way seeing certain paintings makes me feel. There can be so much emotion, or nothing at all. It's all up for interpretation.
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