No Creature Too Small
Lately I have been thinking a lot about the traditions surrounding death and mourning (shocking, I know.) I find it fascinating how these rituals completely transcend religion and offer us comfort knowing that we have treated an empty vessel with such respect. Creating a monument in memoriam is something many of us have done since childhood, whether it be for our beloved pets, a bird fallen from a tree, or a dead insect while playing in the yard. We practice grief and mourning because it is part of life, and we understand that from a young age.
This print is comprised of photographs and illustration work done by myself. The cross was made of twigs and grass and planted on top of a grave that I made for a carpenter bee last summer.
Two color screenprint
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