COVID Quarantine envelopes me with the domestic. For a stay-at-home mother of three young children, all the boundaries between individual roles I play break down and the space encompasses me. Cut irregular edges bring to mind “peeking through” like tears in my kids’ worn clothes, patched so we can reuse them or perforated pages in their homeschool workbooks…the small details that COVID exposes.  

This piece was made during COVID quarantine using readily available materials and processes, including three elements: 1) scanned hand drawn sketch, 2) printed patterns (hand-drawn, painted with gouache, and scanned for digital pattern), and 3) printed sketch that is cut with deliberate irregularity. 
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