I find myself to be my most challenging client, that translating print layout to textiles harkens a different voice.
I feel like a lifelong designer—always seeing and arranging components to suit my world. My graphic arts education infused vision, purpose, and discipline into my work. After years in the business, I find myself to be my most challenging client, that translating print layout to textiles harkens a different voice.
As an only child, Ann found companionship with the creative process, dipping into many arts and crafts. She found quilting in 2010. In recent years, using the digital tools of her graphic arts profession, Ann designed her own fiber works by constructing boundaries then unifying them with color. A lifelong appreciation of architecture steers her to set solid structure in her forms. Ann’s works, usually modern quilts, are often bold and vibrant. As her style develops, she incorporates additional methods, materials, and media. Currently, as a member of Qu'aint, a quilting and painting group, she finds inspiration in broader subjects.