30" (w) x 26" (l)
Materials: Textiles, rag paper, thread
Techniques: Relief painting, free motion stitching
"Home" was created from my perspective as an immigrant. It expresses my love for Canada, for the connectedness & acceptance of all who share in its bounty. We all belong.
Loosely using the traditional log cabin block, the random Ly placed red squares represent the hearth. There is visual reference to the neuron and its connective dendrites. Suggested land masses, rivers and lakes, snow and ice are also present.
We Canadians are spread across this massive land, most of us from elsewhere. But Canada is home for us all.