5.5″h x 13″w x 23″l
- Exhibited in “Beneath the Surface: Reimagined” at the ArtCentre of Plano, 7/1 – 9/26/2020
- Accepted into the Handweavers Guild of America 2020 Convergence Dogwood to Kudzu Basketry Exhibition
Woven metal fabric is created by weaving yarn across a wire warp. The form is shaped by hand from individual pieces of woven metal, then assembled and stitched together with wire. The sculpture is embellished with additional woven metal fabric and beads.
The woven metal fabric can create crisp forms or can be free and undulating. The boat form is shaped and stitched with wire, then embellished with beads. Additional, narrower strips of woven metal are woven throughout the wider fabric. The boat form is integrated into the undulating base, creating the idea of a boat navigating through fast waters.
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