Digital inkjet printed treated silk, cotton, rayon, bamboo sticks
9.5" x 10" x 4"
"I am a handweaver. Handweaving is one of the oldest interlacement techniques, the simple interlacement by hand of elements creates a cloth that is part of everyday life. This body of work uses the simple techniques of handweaving and combines digital photography, photo editing software, and digital printing on treated commercial fabric, which is then stripped by hand and rewoven back together in imagery that speaks of intimate experiences and commonplace themes.
This diptych represents a life well lived, the same woman at 20, on the left, vs. 90 on the right. Our bodies change, but our personalities stay constant through life, the same spark of life is evident in the eyes of the woman on the left as the woman on the right."
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This piece is part of the exhibition Nuance: Craftsmanship, Imagination, Innovation, on view in the Sally D Francisco Gallery through May 19th. Purchased pieces can be picked up or shipped after this date.