My practice is based on personal engagement with landscape, and my work generates from my relationship to nature. My work celebrates and carries an essence of what I experiences in the natural world. The basic approach to my work is to bring out inherent and hidden qualities of nature and its potential as the bearer of a narrative.
I enjoy to use her hands and trained as a basketmaker which tradition historically has been connected to function and use, I create work into fancy and sculptural objects, which far exceeds its conceptual form.
I enjoy to find materials in nature. The materials determine the nature of work in a wide range of scale, reflecting what I find and what inspires me in nature. I work with natural fibres and gathered materials, employing techniques as weaving, stitching and print in different combinations to create surfaces and structures. In my process of working handcraft turns into mindcraft.
My passion for nature goes along with my compassion for humanity. For many years I have had a great privilege to work with other cultures, espacially the Lango people in their environment in Uganda, Africa. Working in close consultation with other cultures means respect and enrichment, which leads to a spacious mind and improve our creative freedom.