Kristi Rae Wilson deconstructs and reshapes fabric remnants to address domestic attachment in familial roles, legacies, and everyday stories. Wilsons work seeks to understand the traditions, memories, and associations of the various communities she exists within. Her work has been included in international and national publications and exhibited throughout the United States. In 2011 she completed an artist residency at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. In 2015 she was awarded the Adjunct Faculty Recognition Award for Outstanding Campus and Community Service, Teaching and Scholarly Work. She currently teaches Metals, Drawing, and Design at the University of New Mexico-Gallup.