A red dress made of woven wire is decorated with seeds, pearls, stones and crystals. It is suspended from a metal structure with a spade and horseshoe above the neck of the dress. The decorations resemble roses. Pearls are dripping from the hem.
Seed beads, pearls, Swarovski crystals, fluorite, garnets, citrine, Czech glass on steel wire, and constructed armature, 2007 Installed in Smithsonian International Gallery,
Rhonda Zwillinger lives and works in Paulden, Arizona US. Her art combines decorative hand-crocheted fabrics with found rusty metal structures.