Mary Lachman creates art using a variety of materials, but is focused nowadays on fabric and wool. She is influenced by geometric shapes under the microscope and in the natural world.
Her artwork "Hexaggeration I" was selected to be part of the permanent collection of the Kresge Art Museum at the Michigan State University in 2012. Her textile art has been included in the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) national exhibits, This is a Quilt! and Sacred Threads, and the SAQA-CT regional exhibit, Local Color.
Mary is a member of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA), Surface Design Association (SDA) and Shoreline Quilters. She is a former president of the Heritage Quilters of Wallingford and was a founding member of The Connecticut Fiber Arts Collective (CTFAC). She lives in Connecticut with her husband and dog. They have two grown sons.
In 2014, Mary published a book of stories and poetry, Moth at the Window: Poetry of Grover W. Clayton and Recollections of Indiana. She has also written for Quilting Arts Magazine, Hancock-Wood Country Living, and authored more than 20 scientific papers. see more art and learn about her process go to her blog: http://marylachmandesign.blogspot.com
Look for her on Facebook at: Mary Lachman Design or Moth at the Window
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