I entered Lilla Roger’s Global Talent Search and the project was to create the cover of a gardener’s journal. These are a few iterations of a journal cover, the I played with before submitting the piece that won a place in the semi-finals! You can read more about how I chose  here.
 I entered Lilla Roger’s Global Talent Search and the project was to create the cover of a gardener’s journal. These are a few iterations I played with before submitting the piece that won a place in the semi-finals! You can read more about how I chose my piece  here .
 I entered Lilla Roger’s Global Talent Search and these are a few iterations I played with before submitting the piece that won a place in the semi-finals! You can read more about that process  here .
 I entered Lilla Roger’s Global Talent Search and these are a few iterations I played with before submitting the piece that won a place in the semi-finals! You can read my thought about it  here .
 It came down to this piece or the next piece (that won a place in the semi-finals!) You can read about my thoughts on it  here .
 This was the piece that won a place in the semi-finals of Lilla Rogers’ Global Talent Search! It’s about life in the garden, for better or worse. I call it Human v. Nature: A Gardener’s Journal. You can read more about it  here .
 Skylab Project, Digital Print on Silk Crepe de Chine, New Mexico 2017
 Skylab Project, Digital Print on Silk crepe de chine, New Mexico, 2017 More info  here.
 Skylab Project, Digital Print on Silk Crepe de Chine, New Mexico 2017
 Skylab Project, Digital Print on Silk Crepe de Chine, New Mexico 2017
 My work at Next Level with Here Projects for NY Design Week .
 Applique and Embroidery panel, 2017
 Orion Nebula, Beginning study for a collaboration by Deborah stein and lighting designer James Knudsen produced as part of the Artists Corner for  Playtime  in 2014.
 Artist Tamika Rivera sews 14 feet panels as part of the "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 Artist Tamika Rivera sews 14 feet panels as part of the "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 The finished piece "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 Large London Plane tree branches were patterned with gold leaf to hang the panels for "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 Embroidered panels with glass "aurora" lamps for the installation "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 Installation of "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 The collaborators James Knudsen and Deborah Stein
 Embroidered panel for "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
 Embroidered panel for "How Small is Your Universe" Installation for children's trade fair Playtime NYC, January 2014.
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