Note: [thread, cotton, and cyanotype on cut paper] features text laser-cut through watercolor paper. Some in the series are improvisationally machine-sewn; one includes hand-dyed cotton. The blue is cyanotype, with images solar-printed from my grandmother’s Kodak negatives.
About Isabel Ries Neal
Isabel Ries Neal lives and works in Chicago. She is Zell Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Michigan and teaches poetry with InsideOut Literary Arts. Her writing appears or is forthcoming in Best New Poets and the Michigan Quarterly Review.