Zoë comes from a long line of crafters. She studied animation and design at the Savannah
College of Art and Design. Having spent over a decade working in advertising, she implements her expertise as a commercial artist to further enhance her works in illustration, printmaking, and the fiber arts. Her passion for mid-century modern design takes root in bright colors and bold shapes, which she combines with her playful sense of humor. She can be found resting under a yarn heap in western North Carolina.
I make art that’s to be touched. I was inspired to find humor through rug-making, using vivid yarns and fun shapes. I like the idea of it being reflected on in a moment, providing a second of entertainment. It brings me back to the homes I’ve been in, from friends to family. Fiber art was ever present in my past, from my grandmother sewing to my mother knitting, and continues to give
me a place to explore and enjoy.