This wall hanging was months in the making as Covid began and many of us had to reconfigure our lives. It's representative of the Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona. The slot canyons are a playground of color, texture, and light. I cut reclaimed wood used in the making of guitars to reflect the grain of the sandstone wall and afternoon light slipping into the cracks of the desert above.
After cutting and sanding all of the peices, they were hand-drilled and sewn together with my grandmom's thread collection, passed to me after she could no longer sew. A found mulberry branch supports the top of this piece.
Hangs from black Brazilian waxed cord.