My hands are never empty. No matter where I am - home, work, bar, show, bus, anywhere - I am always working on something. It's like I don't know how to flip off the power switch to my hands, but socially awkward though it can be, I wouldn't have it any other way. When I am making, I am myself. I'm communicating with the world in the purest way I know, the only language I feel fluent in. While I'm primarily a printmaker and a fiber artist, I'm forever trying to learn more. There is so much in t…