These photographs were shot in an old farmhouse we own in rural Wisconsin. While we are home in the city, dark corners fill with the dusty webs of Longbodied Cellar Spiders, more charmingly known as Daddy Longlegs. Layers of these webs billow in the slightest draft, and tiny babies spread out among the corpses of those long dead. I love them. They are tiny, impossibly delicate drawings in space.
Medium: Ink on paper
Dimensions: 10″ x 8″ and 20″ x 16″