The surface is beautiful when printed and after cutting the surface and weaving pieces together it has a inviting textural look. Handling the work has the feeling of chain mail to me. This piece is small at 29" x 14".
The yarn in the picture is the beginning of the bottom layer. This layer will be crocheted with the depicted dyed silk yarn. Yummy stuff this yarn, it's from RedFish DyeWorks. These girls are great and have beautiful Yarns and fiber. I met them at the Handweavers Guild of America in Albuquerque this July. Once this piece is finished, there will be more places in my work to use their fiber. Even thinking of adding some of the silk yarn to the encaustic layers as I experiment with that medium. See my Encaustic and Digitals post on my KathyAnne Art Blog.
Forest Surfaces 17, 29" x 14"
Digital prints of beverage cans, digital prints on metal mesh,
waxed linen, crocheted fine silk yarn