Dimensions: 26"h x 22"w x ¾"d
Media: silk crepe de chine, silk dyes, gutta resist, silk broadcloth, cotton, fusible web, Indian doupioni, polyester batting, nylon monofilament and polyester thread
Techniques: silk painting, weaving, fusing, machine stitching using free motion embroidery
This artwork is made from two paintings of the wetlands of the San Francisco Bay, cut into strips and rewoven together. The cutting of the fabric represents the damage we have done to the bay and the reweaving represents an attempt to make it whole again.
Additional info: in a private collection