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Indigo Window is a textile sculpture the captures the power of the artists strongest tools, their hands.
This sculptural work includes spaced dyed indigo dyed yarn, tapestry weavings and an indigo dyed, wood cut frame. This dimensional piece explores time, color and our relationship with the handmade.
This sculpture was featured in the exhibition “Handmade: A Portrait of the Artist's Tools” (2022) at the the Welborn Gallery at Yadkin Arts Council. This exhibit was an installation that included large format, black ad white photos of the artists hands holding their work or art making materials taken by Photographer Bryan Rierson. The photographs, captured on film and also developed by hand were displayed alongside the artists work, creating a dynamic conversation about the handmade.
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