Morelia City, Mexico: 2020. Unique Book Art Object. A physical representation of the passage of time experienced during the quarantine, expressed beautifully and painstakingly with elaborate beadwork and poetic embroidery. A five-foot square of white linen embroidered with thread (with collaboration of Diane Jaime) and glass beads by artist in the images of natures element. The author’s personal poems, haikus-like, are in English and Spanish. They were composed and embroidered in the Mexican countryside in a house nestled in a copse of pine trees during the Covid-19 quarantine. The verses repeat many times and read like a meditation. The English language portion of the verses is below: • The threads of the rain in tangible writings • Time in rocks • Your name written in time • Intimacy of tangible writings embraces me • Frozen time in moments of happiness • The All in Pine Branch • It's a moment to collect stones of silence • The wind takes my time • Time of recollect the stones • The wind takes my time • Sea of hugs in difficult times • An animal walks among the branches, silence... This exquisite textile piece is meant to be hung and displayed. It has a narrow fabric slot along the top edge for a dowel to be inserted (for hanging). Folded and housed in a clamshell box covered in green Japan jacquard silk with brass title label to front board. Size: about 58 x 58 inches. Box size: 15.5 x 15.5 inches. ARTB/041723. Fine.
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