2023 Life - Lines SDA Exhibition

From the Curator:

Some artists create work as a way to deal with pain. That pain might be bodily or psychological pain, leading to work that addresses adversity, racism, or discrimination and reports on the state of our society, or to work that highlights one’s own identity and who they are in society. Life-Line presents work that represents individual voices and offers space to share ideas for improving the world, allowing the comforting feelings of thread and textiles to confront difficult issues

-Sébastien Carré, Guest Curator

A bright orange round reed snakes around the dried Wyoming branch holding tight to a free form thin smoked reed moon basket. Representing the unity between the Sun, Moon and the spirit of the Wyoming land.