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Upon finishing her B.F.A. in Fibers at Savannah College of Art and Design, Emily moved to Baltimore, and started working as an independent contractor with Greentree Weaving, a nomadic handwoven clothing company, whose work can be found across the country at various renaissance festivals. When she isn't weaving around the country, she comes back to Baltimore to practice her personal art, in which she pours her soul, creativity, and love of color. Her work plays with the way the senses of touch and sight interact with one another, creating explosive texture-scapes that combine traditional fiber art processes - such as crochet, dye, and beading - with an eclectic mix of found objects and recycled materials. These fibrous mosaics are abstractions of her own emotions, channeled through the filter of synesthesia, which she experiences as moving shapes triggered by touch sensations. Her sculptural work is more object based, as she uses large scale creations to express her inner most feelings/demons. 

Shows and Publications

Oct 2019-April 2020

Guest Artist at Andamento Studio &Gallery 

Hampden, Baltimore, MD

Halloween 2019

Feature Installation Artist at Le Mondo

Baltimore, MD

November 2019

New Works, First Friday at Atomic Books

Hampden, Baltimore, MD

October 2019

Bitterzine Spooky Season, Ep 2

Digital zine

July 2019

Artscape, Emerging Artist

Baltimore, MD

Summer 2018

Dagsboro Days Grand Opening

Dagsboro, DE

Winter 2017 

Nasty Women: A Group Exhibition

ABD Photography & Gallery

Philadelphia, PA

Spring 2016

Spotlight on Student Fiber Trends at Murray State University

Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance

Murray, Kentucky

First Place Award

Winter 2016

American Craft Council Show

School to Market 

Baltimore, MD