by Faveri Art
This piece is part of the “Art of Forgiveness” series. These delicate paper tapestries are about overcoming feelings of shame.
Note from the Artists:
"I tear, cut and stitch through my artwork as if I were tearing and cutting through shameful moments from my past and then stitch them back together with self-compassion and forgiveness. This particular piece reflects the non-linear path to healing."
Size: 6.5 x 28 inches
Medium: Monotype prints on Japanese paper - torn, collaged, cut, waxed and stitched.
Includes hanging hardware
- The hanging hardware consists of wooden dowels that screw into the wall and extend approximately 4” from the wall. This allows for shadows to be cast when light is focused on the artwork.
About the Artist
Whether I like them or not, cutting through my monotype prints allows me to let go of my attachment to them. It frees me from judging whether they are “good enough” or not.
Each fragment of paper represents the shredding of painful moments from my past.
Stitching these moments together into a tapestry, not as they were, but as memories with positive outcomes, are symbolic of my healing and my ability to forgive the past.