One thread from an archaeological site can tell so many stories. The life of the animal who grew the wool. The spinner who spun the thread. The apprentice who warped the loom. And the weaver who made the cloth.
Each thread tells a story, weaving past and present into a fabric that brings it to life.
There are stories that you may never see. The natural world has its own narrative and rhythm if we look close enough. Each moment can become a whole world with the subjects frozen in time.
Rendered in ink and gouache, the painting takes on its own life and shares a new tale.