In order to grow, one has to be still; one has to dwell. I find myself drawn to the idea of reconstruction. One can stay, dwell, and become something much more beautiful with time. I find deep meaning within pattern, transforming and expanding as each row is woven; created in a posture of impulse. My process is a middle ground between order and spontaneity, letting myself explore within the structure I have made for myself, and developing from each piece. I catch myself always looking back to what was. The past is unclear, changing with time; I piece together forgotten memories to reconstruct new ones. I create resting places, over and over again, showing a state of rest. In the stillness of these creations, there is growth. Making home goods, has naturally followed this inclination. Through my work I seek to find the connection of rest and growth.