Inspired by the intricate and diverse web habitats found when harvesting the plants used for this installation, Web is an homage to one of the original weavers and fibre spinners - the Spider. Cordage made from 4 school visits and 3 public workshops over the course of two months contributed to this outdoor installation. Using the fibre from Day Lily, Stinging Nettle, Cattail, Milkweed seed, and corn husks, more than 97 metres of rope make up this weaving.
Kidston Elementary School, Grade 4/5
Cedar Bridge Waldorf School, Class 2/3
Cedar Bridge Waldorf School, Class 4/5
Vernon District Brownie Girl Scouts
Public Participants including but not limited to: Annika, Mary-Sue, Yvonne, Lyahna, Tajdi, Svetlana, Taigo, Ama, Sheila, Carmen, Louise, Edie, Lindsay, Micheline, Akira, Kerry, Christine, and more!
Nature’s Fare Produce Department, corn husk donation
Blair P. and Family, Milkweed seed-head fibre donation
Ruby Alexis, Dogbane fibre introduction
Barb Marchand, Cattail fibre introduction