Detritus
Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf, soil

Installed at Out of Sight 2017

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Detritus
Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf, soil

Installed at Out of Sight 2017

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Veil
Veil

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf

Detail

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Detritus
Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf

In progress, in the Studio.

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Detritus
Detritus
Veil
Detritus
Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf, soil

Installed at Out of Sight 2017

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf, soil

Installed at Out of Sight 2017

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Veil

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf

Detail

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

Detritus

2014-Present

Lunnaria Annua, thread, gold leaf

In progress, in the Studio.

Veil is an ongoing process piece. For two years, I have gathered Lunaria plants from around the city of Seattle every fall, and sewn them into a tapestry over the course of the year, a ritual that will continue indefinitely into future years. Through this mundane ritual, I contemplate patterns of life and death, both as a literal marker of time, and through metaphorical reflections. The ever-changing nature of both past and present beautifies it’s impermanence and highlight the beauty that comes when there are some things left beyond your control. It is currently entering it's third year of growth.

 

Photo by Ripple Fang

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