Although not directly representational, my work is informed by place-based patterns (maps, landscapes, houses) and my relationships to the many places I’ve called home. Utilizing repetitive processes and creating collections of subtly unique multiples, I depict and memorialize this overlap between mental and physical space – where landscape, architecture and emotion blur, scale is unimportant, space is indistinguishable, and materials often take on new or unexpected roles.

I consider each piece a small monument, both personal and universal.


Skye Livingston is an artist and educator working with textiles in a variety of forms. She has exhibited across the US including in shows at the William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, VA, Eyedrum Gallery in Atlanta, GA, Florida Mining in Jacksonville, FL, and the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center in Kansas City, MO. She has earned several awards for her work including best of show in her BFA exhibition at the Kansas City Art Institute and was recently nominated for the Bradford/Elliot Award for Excellence in Fiber Art. After several years spent attending artist residencies, she currently maintains her studio practice and business, Livingston Textiles, in Craftsbury, VT.