1 in 4 (I had a miscarriage)
linen and stainless steal thread, undyed cotton, pine, brass
12" h x 60" w x 4" d
Description: Weeks after seeing a sonogram of my baby's healthy heartbeat, I experienced a miscarriage. I struggled with the loss for a long time and felt isolated by the experience. It wasn't until later that I learned how common miscarriage is and that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage.
My current body of work explores the unspoken and taboo topics connected to miscarriage, pregnancy, and the transformative female form. By using traditional fiber techniques, stereotypically associated with women, I hope to create more honest conversations through approachable art.
Cassie received her BFA in Visual Art Studies from the University of North Texas. She has spent the last decade teaching in both private and public secondary schools and has showcased her work in numerous Fine Art Shows and exhibitions around the United States. Cassie's work has been featured in international publications such as Maker's Magazine's Women's Issue and Fiber Art Now's Excellence in Fibers Exhibition. Cassie lives, works, and plays in Denton, Texas with her poet husband and their three girls.