However, in her later career, she produced what she called "silk mosaics." These are typically at least 4' x 6' and comprised hundreds--and sometimes thousands--of separate pieces of Thai or Indian silk. She first made paper templates of the designs, and then the silk pieces were placed and sewn by a team of assistants.
Her first show of mosaics was in 1981 at the National Theatre, where she sold 3/4 of her pieces. They soon became highly sought after by private and public collectors. Perhaps her most famous mosaic is Aspects of the Sun, a spectacular 16' x 9' piece.
|Their Exits and Their Entrances|
|Three Daughters of Mexico|
|Aspects of the Sun|