Fawn uses composite forms derived from reconfigured textiles to examine domestic and synergistic relationships. Fawn refers to one still un-weaned or retaining a distinctive baby coat. The anthropomorphic figures scrutinize the interdependent, maternal and gender specific role of partner and mother. The armatures for the work are dried gourds, whose form is symbolic of fertility, sexuality and relationships in a variety of cultures. 



Photos by Dana Rogers Photography