'Central Desert Weave' is an aerial photo of the Australian desert turned into a kaleidoscopic view then woven with mosaic patterned recycled paper.
This series of works is an exaggerated view of the patterns we find around us. In my early twenties I became aware that not everyone saw the world in the same way. I see a fine veil of swirling, dancing and colourful dots over everything - others it turned out did not. Since then I have been intrigued by how we physically view the world differently and exploring more about our use of pattern as well as patterns found in nature.
♥ desert professionally printed with archival inks and recycled paper treated with UV protective varnish
♥ weaving measures approx 36 x 60 cm
♥ float mounted on a piece of acid free cream paper 50x70cm ready to drop into a frame