Paperweaving of 2 altered (slightly) digital photographs, one of eyes and the other of my grandfather Ralph and me. Our boots, which wouldn't fit in the weaving are at top. I didn't have a lot of ikat examples to put in Lynne's folder and didn't want to snatch them off the internet. The structure of ikat patterning is what attracts me most (after the spectacular results). The warp is dyed in the pattern pre-weave, and then the weft is dyed to match the warp and that's where they lose me, I can't even imagine how they manage to do that and have all the pieces and parts match up, and this is allegedly an early and simple art.
The combination of photos sort of look like ikat to me with all that organic back and forth going on and that's why it became one of my responses to Lynne's choice.