1. I really love this. The mixture of the sharpness of the square holes and the ‘add-ons’ juxtaposed with the softeness of the feathers sits really beautifully

    1. Thank you Jane – that’s a lovely description. I think of this as a pivotal piece within this body of work – the rest reference urban/natural environments and the effects of climate change ( rather depressing!). But “‘Hope’ is the thing…” is more about an abstract place/moment/state of mind and is therefore even more fragile and ephemeral. And it references the Emily Dickinson poem, of course.

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