This series of indigo works is a collaboration between ceramicist and fiber artist, Nicole McLaughlin, and myself. These works search to create a connection with our Mexican heritage by using materials rooted in the feminine and masculine processes of our ancestors. We elevate each work by the union of our identities, commonalities in our personal histories, and concepts within our artistic practices. Through the integration of fiber and plaster woven together with indigo, we write these love letters to our Mexican heritage. All original works, such as this, come with a Certificate of Authenticity when purchased.
Although each work is created with the intention to last, natural elements, such as sunlight can change the pigmentation of a work overtime. If you have any additional questions about the care and maintenance of any piece, please refer to the "Care Instructions" tab on this site or refer to the "Care Card" that is included in your purchase. This piece is made of plaster, synthetic indigo dye, wood stain, house paints on panel. Tencel hand-dyed with natural indigo.
DIMENSIONS: 16 in round x 52 in height