Lucid Modules



Embroidered Grids, 2019





“Examining the compositions of modules within architecture and industrial landscapes, my work studies the repetition and process of these structures through a form of reconstruction with fiber materials.”






Woven Grids, 2020

Woven Grids, 2020







As a part of my research for Thesis, these pieces are the products of documenting and deconstructing architectural elements that are then softened and embellished to mimic and accentuate their features.



5:2:2 Cinder block Configurations, 2020




Soft Cinder Block, 2021








Traffic Island, 2021
Traffic Island, 2021

Traffic Island, 2021








Lima Ave./ Highland Ave., 2020
Miniature Wall Fragment, 2019











Lily Wilkins was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She is a candidate for a BFA in Fiber with a Minor in Art History from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Having always been surrounded by a large variety of architecture and materials, Lily draws inspiration from the accidental compositions of built spaces and interprets them using soft materials.