Immigration Grid, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Beatrice Cerda Page, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Beatrice Cerda Fulton, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer with Carole and Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at the University of Oklahoma, Norman]
       
     
Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [detail]
       
     
Chicken for Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
On the Fringes [with Lilia Hernandez Galusha], 2018
       
     
Textile Sketch IV, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Textile Sketch II, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Textile Sketch III (detail), 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Eutillo, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Bea and Esther, 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Catherine Fulton [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Julia Marquez [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Fence, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Cincinnati to Zacatecas, 2016, archival pigment print and watercolor
       
     
Beatrice, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Light, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Immigration Grid, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Immigration Grid, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

The grid is divided into 10 square images with each image representing a ten year period from the one hundred year period that my maternal and paternal grandmothers’ families were immigrating to the United States from Ireland and Mexico. The birds flying in from the top right corner represent Ireland while the birds flying in from the bottom left corner represent Mexico. The opacity of each set of birds directly corresponds to the population ratio of Irish or Mexican immigrants to the overall population of immigrants in the United States from 1840 to 1940.

Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Organza print with handmade book.

Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Handmade book, detail.

Beatrice Cerda Page, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Beatrice Cerda Page, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Organza print with handmade book.

Beatrice Cerda Fulton, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Beatrice Cerda Fulton, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Handmade book, detail.

Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer with Carole and Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at the University of Oklahoma, Norman]
       
     
Carole Fulton Stuhlreyer with Carole and Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at the University of Oklahoma, Norman]
Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Archival pigment print with oil pastel and hand stitching.

Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [detail]
       
     
Roseate Spoonbill for Carole, 2018 [detail]
Chicken for Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Chicken for Beatrice, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Archival pigment print with oil pastel and hand stitching.

On the Fringes [with Lilia Hernandez Galusha], 2018
       
     
On the Fringes [with Lilia Hernandez Galusha], 2018

Vinyl, butterflies on fiber paper, pins
Installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery in Lawton, OK

On the Fringe is an interactive installation that places butterflies in the context of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) trade routes for textiles between the United States, Mexico, and Canada. Mexico is the largest market for U.S. technical textiles; raw materials like cotton, wool, and jute are exported to Mexico from the United States.

Textile Sketch IV, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Textile Sketch IV, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Archival pigment print with hand stitching.

Textile Sketch II, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Textile Sketch II, 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Archival pigment print.

Textile Sketch III (detail), 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]
       
     
Textile Sketch III (detail), 2018 [installation shot at Leslie Powell Gallery]

Archival pigment print with hand stitching.

Eutillo, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Eutillo, 2016, archival pigment print
Bea and Esther, 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Bea and Esther, 2018, archival pigment print
Catherine Fulton [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Catherine Fulton [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
Julia Marquez [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
       
     
Julia Marquez [great grandmother], 2018, archival pigment print
Fence, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Fence, 2016, archival pigment print
Cincinnati to Zacatecas, 2016, archival pigment print and watercolor
       
     
Cincinnati to Zacatecas, 2016, archival pigment print and watercolor
Beatrice, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Beatrice, 2016, archival pigment print
Light, 2016, archival pigment print
       
     
Light, 2016, archival pigment print