2008 turned out to be quite a solid year for me as an artist — a surprise that I am profoundly grateful for, given the nature of these times. In the spring, my tapestry “Villa Farsetti: The Greenhouse” was acquired by the Reading Public Museum in Reading, PA; and last month the Art Institute of Chicago purchased my tapestry “Grey Stones”, which hung for many years on my living rom wall as I loved it too much to let go of it. I am delighted it has found a home where it will be cared for in perpetuity!
Other museums which own my work include:
The Archives of the Venice Biennale
The Minneapolis Institute of Art
The Denver Art Museum
Cranbrook Art Museum
The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
shown: Grey Stones, 1999, wool with cotton