It wasn’t until 1990 that she discovered fiber and instantly fell in love with the medium.
 
 An important base to all Lori’s work is an emotional 
response. Typically using the human figure as her vehicle, she explores and feels her way as the image develops. 
Always relying and referring back to the drawings, which are the start of the process, she creates atmospheres of charged expectancy. 
“I love to start with a pencil line, to see where it takes me, watching it expand, connect and then communicate.”
 
Her unique style of blending a multitude of printed 
fabrics and using scissors to cut intricate shapes reflect a painted surface but a closer look reveals the excitement and details of fabric art.

It wasn’t until 1990 that she discovered fiber and instantly fell in love with the medium.

 An important base to all Lori’s work is an emotional response. Typically using the human figure as her vehicle,

she explores and feels her way as the image develops. 

Always relying and referring back to the drawings, which are the start of the process, she creates atmospheres of charged expectancy. 

Her unique style of blending a multitude of printed fabrics and using scissors to cut intricate shapes

reflect a painted surface but a closer look reveals the excitement and details of fabric art.

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