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What would humans look like at our collective fighting weight?

This original piece of woven glory is constructed in a custom, thrifted picture frame. The method I use to build a weaving into a picture frame is my design and does not employ the use of additional hardware such as nails, prongs, or studs.

The woven materials used to create the spiral are:
(Starting with the red and moving clockwise)
-Red, cotton fabric*
-White, a plastic bag*
-Grey, jewelry ribbon
-Brown, paper bag*
-Blue, gift ribbon
-Tan, raffia yarn
-Dusty Brown, film
-Blue and Purple, tissue paper*

The full rounds within the spiral are woven with daffodil cord*. The daffodils used were grown in our garden located in the Finger Lakes region of New York.
*I processed these materials into a cord, from flat strips into a rope

All materials used, including the frame, are recycled or naturally foraged.

This piece was selected and hung for the bi-annual exhibit, The Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition (RFLX), showcasing established and emerging artists from a 27-county area. It's one of the most prestigious group exhibits in my local area, and I am humbled to have been one of the selected artists to participate.

Your new original piece of artwork will be lovingly packed in recycled materials and purchase includes free shipping for domestic patrons. Hanging wire is attached to make for an effortless transition into your heart and home.

Please feel free to reach out for any reason- a music or podcast suggestion, if you need advice, you're interested in a custom weaving, whatever. Always here. Oh, or questions! Shoot me a message if you have any questions about this weaving or any other piece available in ToolBoxEarth.

‘Our talent for division, for seeing the parts, is of staggering importance – second only to our capacity to transcend it, in order to see the whole’
Iain McGilchrist

FIGHTING WEIGHT | Framed Weaving | ToolBoxEarth

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