she is patient
she holds her ground
& she waits
she provides homes for insects
she feeds birds who visit her
& in return they bring her other’s seeds
which fall to the ground beneath her
under her & around her
over her & above her
so she recedes
becomes the forest floor
nourishing as she yields
& in a clearing at the edge of the forest a tiny black seed knows it’s time . . .
Materials used are waterbased fabric inks, unbleached cotton fabric, cotton threads, cotton batting.
Dimensions are 32.5cm x 32.5cm framed.
The auction is being organised by Ruth Ribeaucourt & will be held on Instagram at Ruth's account @Ruthribeaucourt. I’m going to suggest you follow this link to her page for the latest event update.
The auction is scheduled to run between Jan 10th to Jan 12th 2020.
Currently, approximately 250 creatives, from 25 countries, have donated works or services.
It feels good to part of a global event which has the potential to make a difference on the ground (pun intended) &, also to know Kawakawa's dreams can come true.
Please support in what ever way you able