Her artwork gently expresses the mood of calmness and thoughtfulness.  The repetition and structure, creates a true complexity piece.  She tends to use a neutral color palette which enhances the harmonious use of texture on the surfaces.  “The work is labor intensive and tedious because I find the repetition and the act of working with my hands to be therapeutic and meditative.” (Thomas)

The materials she tends to use are simple, organic, and neutral in nature, such as unbleached wool or paper.  “Thematically, I lean toward formal values such as repetition, texture, and line.” (Thomas)

Stop by the Mandel School Art Gallery to see the work.  The gallery is open and free to the public. Artwork is available for purchase by contacting gallery curator June Hund (june.hund@case.edu).


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