35"w x 51"h
Materials: commercial cotton prints, novelty synthetic fabrics, digitally printed photos, discharge dyeing, paper, novelty trims, Sulky variegated thread
My father lived in Ukiah, and ultimately in my house, for the last two years of his life. I literally watched him become transparent as he moved gracefully and inexorably towards his death, and I created these small portraits one by one as he vanished. I put them together after he died, and the finished piece graces my studio wall.
2013- juried into Mancuso Denver show
2014- juried into aQS Lancaster
Photo by the artist