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About Mary B. Lopez Miller

Veteran – Army, 1989-1997

May what these hands make please you. Through personal loss I found fiber art. All these things I am, wife, mother, sister, friend to many, Army veteran, former nurse, soldier always, a spinner/maker of yarn, a military trauma survivor, but the one thing that describes me most… I am Jane’s daughter. Texture, coloring, fiber qualities symbolize life’s meaning in my art. It starts with a song, photos, or a poem that touches me. Dreams bring images of what I must make. I create, so not to forget those before me.

Artist Statement

Texture, coloring, fiber qualities symbolize life’s meaning in my art. It starts with a song, photos, or a poem that touches me. Dreams bring images of what I must make. I create, so not to forget those before me. I am so thankful for the environment to share, connect, and gain new perspectives on life.

 

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