summer 2012 https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/ summer 2012 Cast cotton mandalas Cast cotton pulp, red cord, button 15x17 inches, 1.5 inches thick https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291176 164291176 Cast rainbow labyrinths Cast flax and abaca over rubber stamp of labyrinth, colored with walnut and fabric dyes 6 foot tall by 9 inches wide, 1 inch thick https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291177 164291177 Cyanotype leaves on canvas Skeletonized leaf prints of bodhi leaf, on cotton fabric, ironed onto black canvas. wall hanging 4x5 feet https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291178 164291178 Deer spine box-- spine of book I found an intact deer spine on the Lake Michigan beach, and decided to make it the spine of a book 16x9.5x2.5 inches camoflage cloth cover https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291179 164291179 Deer spine box-- foredge Forged steel clasp with bullet closure Deer hoof prints in ceramic running up the edge-- oxide washes on ceramic https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291180 164291180 Deer spine box-- inside cover Topographical map Shot-out targets on magnets Spinal needle in sheet lead inset-- needle is used to to a "spinal tap" between the lower vertebrae to activate locking mechanism to inner compartment https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291181 164291181 Deer spine box-- inner compartment Copy O Zane Grey's "Deer Stalker" novel, wrapped in rawhide, military style compass, Comanche spearhead I found in Texas in the 1950's, whitetail deer taxidermy eyes in bed of natural wool https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164291182 164291182 Deer spine box-- spinal tap Real spinal needle is inserted about where a real spinal tap would be done to activate the mechanism to open the inner compartment (hacksaw blade spring loaded catch) https://www.charleswisseman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=164294263 164294263