Snow Bones: Climate Change

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Snow Bones: Climate Change
69 in
42 in
Photo Credit
Sibila Savage Photography
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“Snow Bones” is a colloquial term for snow which lingers in ditches and along ridgelines and gullies long after a thaw. In this work, the fingers of snow are in juxtaposition to the growing heat of expanding communities, an expression of the endangered snow pack in the face of a warming environment.
Handspun wool, wool roving, silk hankie
Felted, burned and removed overlay, surface designed, machine quilted, hand dyed

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