These tapestries are from a series called EVERLEA, consisting of location-titled tapestries which celebrate collaboration, intentionality, and art, in woven meta-interpretations of two artists' time spent together.
While living near one another in the New York Metropolitan area between the years 2013-2016, Katherine Earle and myself set about to support each other in our respective art practices. One such method was by helping each other photograph our respective textile artworks. Booked photo sessions provided deadlines for artworks to be completed. These photo-shoot days later provided us with further content to explore our processes, and this series of woven tapestries was conceived. Each tapestry in the EVERLEA series represents a photo shoot location, are named as such, and are based on one of the hundreds of photographs taken at that location.