Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

All the Better to See You With explored the inherently complex relationships between fairy tales and feminism. Consisting of an installation of hand-embroidered, life-size or larger, papier-mâché female body parts and a series of six mixed media works on paper, these works use the imagery of fairy tales to address the violence of female experience.

Photos by Jessa Mayhew

Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Fitcher's Bird
Fitcher's Bird

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Grimm’s fairy tale of the same name.

Bluebeard
Bluebeard

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Charles Perrault’s tale of the same name.

The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale of the same name.

Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Grimm’s fairy tale of the same name.

The Old Woman Who was Skinned
The Old Woman Who was Skinned

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Giambattista Basile’s tale of the same name.

The Armless Maiden
The Armless Maiden

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Russian folktale of the same name.

Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Piecework (As Red As Blood)
Fitcher's Bird
Bluebeard
The Red Shoes
Little Red Riding Hood
The Old Woman Who was Skinned
The Armless Maiden
Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

All the Better to See You With explored the inherently complex relationships between fairy tales and feminism. Consisting of an installation of hand-embroidered, life-size or larger, papier-mâché female body parts and a series of six mixed media works on paper, these works use the imagery of fairy tales to address the violence of female experience.

Photos by Jessa Mayhew

Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Piecework (As Red As Blood)

Hand embroidery, thread, wire, papier-mâché, 2019.

Fitcher's Bird

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Grimm’s fairy tale of the same name.

Bluebeard

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Charles Perrault’s tale of the same name.

The Red Shoes

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale of the same name.

Little Red Riding Hood

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Grimm’s fairy tale of the same name.

The Old Woman Who was Skinned

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on Giambattista Basile’s tale of the same name.

The Armless Maiden

Cut paper, watercolor, graphite, thread, 16 x 16 inches, 2019.

Based on the Russian folktale of the same name.

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