I grew up in a small town and spent my childhood wandering in the woods and climbing trees.
I like the disorder of natural spaces. I like an unswept path. I like scraps and frayed edges and loose ends and crooked lines.
My art tends to express itself in the tension between my affection for disorder and my need to be able to find my pencil.
about rag & feather
At the start of 2023 Rag & Feather had been my art blog for nearly ten years, and I no longer loved it. It was full of old art and old ideas. So I stripped it back to a simple framework and started over. Which is why there is so little content right now. This is what starting over looks like. No social media, no newsletter, no blog, no schedule. New work will arrive when it’s ripe and ready. We’ll see what happens next.