Hello, I'm Gloria, and I live in East Windsor, New Jersey. My art centers around geometric pattern, visual ambiguities, and photographic imagery, and I get tremendous satisfaction from merging my love of digital tools and technologies with traditional media to express a particular vision.
My passion for digital design began in the late 1980s. At that time, there was not much information available for using the computer as an quilt/textile design tool. Even so, I was immediately drawn to the Macintosh and experimented with early vector and pixel-based programs to adapt them to my artwork. As those early programs matured and inkjet printing technologies evolved, so did my ability to use them. Prior to the digital days, I was involved in a wide variety of crafts, photography, art and design, and was in the Embroiderer's Guild of America's master craftsman program. It is from this eclectic background of skills that my style developed.
Today my work continues to evolve and dance among pixels and fibers, paintbrushes and inkjet printers, and different types of media I invite you to my website to learn more about me and the art I create.
[caption id="attachment_152" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption=""Artifications" - 41" x 42" - 2011"][/caption]
After this piece returned from an exhibit, I removed the finishing and am now in the process of adding curved lines of hand stitchery for additional texture and movement.
[caption id="attachment_156" align="aligncenter" width="250" caption=""Lost In Illusion" 2010 - 47.5" x 40.5""][/caption]
Lost In Illusionis a piece that evolved from a series of work that focuses on progressively diminishing squares and an interplay of geometric shapes. It's a subject matter that I continue to explore.
[caption id="attachment_141" align="aligncenter" width="233" caption=""The Journey" - 2010 - 40.5" x 54""][/caption]
The Journey is a piece that combines imagery of various types of transit and flight.