Sacajawea Tapestry

Commissioned by the Washington State Arts Commission and the Richland School District, the tapestry is 8.5 by 12 feet and was installed at Sacajawea Elementary School in Richland, Washington, in 2018.

Eight Saints 

Commissioned by the U.S. Air Force Academy Catholic Chapel in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The project involved creating painted images of eight saints and then transforming those images into eight tapestries, each 10.5 by 1.5 feet. The project started in 2012 and was completed in 2017.

McMicken Heights Tapestry 

Commissioned by the Washington Arts Commission and the Highline School District. The tapestry which focuses on the sciences is 60 by 96 inches and was installed at McMicken Elementary School in SeaTac, Washington, in 2012.

Moxee Tapestry 

Commissioned by the Washington Arts Commission and the East Valley  School District. The tapestry which focuses on local history is 68 by 78 inches and was installed at Moxee Elementary School in Moxee, Washington, in 2010.

Tapestries for Mary Bridge Children's Medical Center 

The Medical Center commissioned Pacific Rim Tapestries (weavers Cecilia Blomberg, Mary Lane and Margo Macdonald) to design and weave three tapestries, each 5 by 8 feet. The tapestries are displayed by the elevators on three floors, each with a different theme: water land, sky  The weaving began in 2004 and the project was completed and installed in 2005.

Grays Harbor College Tapestry 

Commissioned by the Washington Arts Commission and Grays Harbor College. The tapestry, inspired by local history, school photos and the watershed, is 4.5 by 13 feet and was installed in the Spellman college library in Aberdeen, Washington, in 2004.

Klamath Spring 

Commissioned by the Merle West Medical Center, Klamath Falls, Oregon. The tapestry, based on the surrounding landscape, is 6 by 24 feet and was installed in the hospital waiting room in 1986.

As the Eagle Flies

Commissioned by the Washington State Arts Commission and Washington State University Vancouver, the tapestry is 14 by 8 feet and was installed in the library at Washington State University Vancouver in Vancouver, Washington, in 1996.  

The Struggle for Power at Cost

Commissioned by Bonneville Power Administration in Portland, Oregon. The tapestry, depicting the history of public power in the Pacific Northwest, is 5 by 24 feet and was installed in the lobby of the BPA headquarters building in Portland, Oregon, in 1987.

Praise to Nature  

Commissioned by St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Eugene, Oregon. Two tapestries, based on a chant sung in the church, were completed, the first in 1975 and the second in 1993.