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Water Weavings - triptych
56” w x 42” h
TC2 Digital Jacquard Weaving
Cotolin, mercerized cotton, chenille, polyethylene, monofilament

“Water Weavings” aims to bring awareness to nature’s fragility. Our bodies are 60 per cent water, we are clearly interwoven with nature. Yet, why do we insist on destroying and polluting it, harming our very own life source and essence?

Worth Gallery in Toronto (Jan.2024)
DesignTO 2024 



Water - Oil Spill 
42” w x 34” h
TC2 Digital Jacquard Weaving
Cotolin, mercerized cotton, silk, tencel yarn

(Juror's Choice Award)
Third Annual Juried Show, 2023
Art Gallery of Mississauga


Pandemic time in show at World of Threads Festival 2023, Oakville

Pandemic time
16" x 360"
crochet, wool yarn

This piece was created during the covid-19 pandemic (2020-2022), when we had the therapeutic need to calm down, meditate and ponder about this unique moment in time.
Every day, with a different colour of yarn, time was being documented. Each colour represented one day, with no limitations of length. Every day was different. The colour palette somewhat represented the seasons or the day’s mood: a story was told with yarn.
The passage of time is shown in the variations of size and colour in each daily section; every day brings a unique expression; each segment conveys the state of that moment. Every stitch is an instant, a breath.

On display at Stantec Architects Window Gallery in Toronto (Dec.2022-Mar.2023).
Part of DesignTO 2023 Window Installation Projects.



Organic Flow. 
Michèle Guevara + Ruth Mora.
Studio 223A. Toronto 2019