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My passage through art making travels through many forms, from music and performance to books and paper. While the heart of my practice meets the intersection of handmade paper and Korean lineage, strong arterial lines flow into fiber art, artists’ books, and installation.

Hanji Ducks

Launch duck (2018). Onion skin dye, corded and twisted hanji. 3.75 x 6 x 4.5". Private collection.

Hanji Art

Stretch pot (2021). Corded and twined hanji. 5.5 x 7.25 x 6.5”.

Hanji Dresses

Learned (2018). Natural dyes and ink on hanji, thread. 13.5 x 14.5". Private collection.

Artists' Books

Go gently (2023). Inkjet print on handmade papers (hanji, abaca, paper mulberry), thread, woven paper thread, silk/hanji fabric, natural dyeing, crayon grave rubbing, paper lithography, suminagashi, joomchi, pulp painting. 7.25 x 5.25 x 0.3” closed, 10.5” wide open. 14 leaves, variable edition of two. Cynthia Sears Collection, Newberry Library.

Knitted Books

Knitted hanji samples (2011). Varied knitted hanji with natural dyes, coatings, and techniques. 5 x 4.5 x 3" closed. Artist collection.

Paper Icons

I still remember Newark (2014). Beeswax on milkweed/dogbane paper, Hark! paper, wire. 15.5 x 20". Private collection.


She Inhabits It performance, Nebraska


Artists’ books: Vamp & Tramp
Select hanji ducks: Still Point Gallery
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