This is a departure from my usual work. My intention to increase the form, and decrease the function equals pure fantasy. While pondering the apron, I thought about its link to the everyday tasks a woman performs. Cooking, mending, repair, and repurposing, these tasks all have a delicate repetitive nature. My materials are natural, fragile, and skin-like to spotlight the fantasy. The apron literally grows from her figure and becomes a part of her, something she'll wear for life. My art work has always been a translation of movement to the piece I am creating. By increasing the form and decreasing the functionality a moving fantasy is created.
Think about it . . .
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