Amy Mall is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist, educator, gardener, and facilitator. Rooted in craft practices, she draws out and dialogues with the stories embodied in the materials and processes found in her environments. Amy engages with art making as a relational learning practice.
“Motherland”: used tincture bottles, thread and seed beads. This piece blends my experiences of mothering with inspiration from the writing of Robin Wall Kimmerer about lichen.