I draw repeated marks. I make hundreds of thousands of dashes, lines, strokes, stiches, traces, loops, coils, dots, and holes. The tempo, speed, tension, pressure and medium change but the attentiveness with which the work is approached persists. The pieces hope for a longer kind of looking and reward extensive time with an overwhelming unfolding experience. Wandering through the work, pathways are found, details discovered, surprises emerge, while time is made tangible, quantifiable and visceral. The connections toward domestic practice and women’s work are created with gratitude and investigation. My imagery evokes the land and my experiences in the Western Washington wilderness inform it.