Upcoming Events


Posted on Sunday, March 9th, 2014

On March 16th, I will be presenting at First Congregational Church in Hendersonville on the vernal equinox and how it reflects balance (via light/darkness) in the natural world.. I will read a short passage from my book, The Girl Who Kept Her Magic, and then invite participants to reflect on how balance (or lack thereof) is expressed in their own lives at this time. (The symbol for the Taoist concept of balance, the taijitu, is often called yin/yang; it represents “how seemingly opposite or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent. . . interacting to form a dynamic system in which the whole is greater than the parts.”~Wikipedia~) TaoMandala

New Transformation Game Dates

Posted on Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Sunday, August 26th, 12-6

Friday, August 31st, 12-6

Sunday, September 16th, 12-6

or contact me to schedule your own date(s)


Madison County Library Fiber Art Shows

Posted on Monday, August 6th, 2012

For the month of August, 2012, I will be showing my work at all three of the Madison County Libraries: Marshall, Mars Hill, Hot Springs. Something old (labyrinths) and something new (a variety of prayer flags). If you can’t make it to the show, you can always check out my smaller items, like the prayer flags, at my etsy shop: etsy.com/shop/innerlandscaping. And have a great month of August.

Article in The Quilt Life magazine, June edition

Posted on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

There is a wonderful article on me and my quilted labyrinths in the June issue of The Quilt Life magazine. It was written by Meg Cox, a wonderful quilter in her own right; check her out at: http://www.megcox.com/summer_2010_news.htm. And she included comments from a friend and walking labyrinth maker, Chuck Hunner:   http://www.goldenspirit.com/labyrinthconstruction/labyrinth.html.

E-A-S-T (East of Asheville Studio Tour) May 5/6, 10-6

Posted on Monday, April 2nd, 2012

I am going to be a visiting artist for this event at Sarah Lambert’s studio, Uber Kio https://www.facebook.com/pages/Uber-Kio/365132217270, at 300 Whitson Street, Swannanoa, North Carolina. (Near Asheville.) Come and see my labyrinths, and more, Sarah’s wonderfully whimsical art, and all the rest of the E-A-S-T artists, from East Asheville, to Fairview, to Swannanoa, to Black Mountain, and beyond, to Old Fort. https://www.facebook.com/eaststudiotour

The Cutting Edge: The Language of Textiles and Fiber Art

Posted on Monday, April 2nd, 2012

My labyrinth quilt, Fall Leaves, has been selected to appear in this show at Desert Moon Studios http://desertmoondesigns-studios.com/cutting-edge/, 372 Depot Street, Suite 44, Asheville, from April 4th-May 5th. A reception will be held on Saturday, April 14th, from 5-8pm; come and see all the beautiful artwork.

First You Need Ashes – A Personal Story of Joyful Resurrection

Posted on Monday, April 2nd, 2012

I’ll be speaking about my “release” from work on 12/26/11, and subsequent joyful “resurrection,” at Jubilee, 46 Wall Street, Asheville, on April 8th, Easter Sunday, at 8:30, 9:45, and 11:15. I hope to see you there. If you can’t be there, I’ll publish the text here in a couple of weeks.

2012: Tending Relationships with Self and Others through the Transformation Game

Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2012

I hope 2011 came to a good end, and that you are now welcoming the New Year and new growth.  Bonnie and I are gearing up for a great new year by setting some intentions for ourselves!  One is to ignite ‘couples’ to avail themselves of the opportunities the Transformation Game has to offer.  Our focus is to encourage the idea of “tending” relationships with self & others.  Relationships can be of all kinds: mother/father & daughter/son, self & partner, self & parents, self and boss, self and the past…..  We are always in relationship!

Our Game schedule will offer players some new days of the week to play.  And of course, we are still doing G.O.D.- Games on Demand!

Another intention we have set is to facilitate a minimum of 10 games this year. We’re hoping you will help us get the word out.

Wishing you all a very good year,



Currently scheduled game dates:

Jan. 28th — 12:00-5:30pm

Feb. 11th — 1:00- 6:30pm

Feb. 20th —  1:00-6:30 pm

Feb. 26th —  1:00-6:30pm

Check for Events Regularly

Posted on Friday, February 26th, 2010

Everyone wanted their picture taken with my Thanksgiving Labyrinth Quilt.

If you wish to see my work or hear me speak, check back regularly for upcoming events.

As of this post (11/4/10), my fiber art work can be seen at the following location(s):

Bravo! office, 5th floor, BB&T building, downtown Asheville
Strength from All My Roots – An Exhibition of Textile Arts  Honoring the Legacy of Pauli Murray. I’ve got two pieces, a liturgical stole and one of my quilted wall labyrinths (everybody’s favorite, it turns out) in this show in Durham It’s going on now, through November 30th, 10-am-4pm, at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 403 E. Main St., Durham, with a reception on Friday, November 19th, from 6-9pm. Alas, I probably will not make the reception.

Sometime in early 2011, my work will be featured in Quilt Life magazine; stay tuned for more info.



One game is currently available:

Friday evening/Saturday, January 7/8.

I am offering these games along with Bonnie Cooper, LCSW, relationship coach and certified imago relationship therapist. Although the underlying focus of these games is to rediscover joy in oneself and one’s relationships (be they with others, oneself, or God/Spirit), the Game can be played with any intention. Please email (InnerLandscaping@aol.com) or call (828-215-7424) for more information and registration.

Watch for information about the re-booting of the ongoing, monthly Asheville dream group.

Please contact me at innerlandscaping@aol.com for more information about any of these events.