style=”text-align: justify;”>Skeletons aren’t made from yarn – however Caitlin T. McCormack has made loads of them. Her animal skeletons are crocheted from yarn after which solidified with glue. The works are intricate and look extraordinarily fragile, similar to previous animal bones which have hung out within the floor. Her works are available in a number of varieties, from single skulls (in jars) to finish skeletons to skeleton “households.”
style=”text-align: justify;”>Caitlin T. McCormack graduated from the College of the Arts in Philadelphia in 2010 with a BFA in Illustration. The method of dying, decay and rebuilding is vital to her, and it’s mirrored in her artwork. Extra poignantly, McCormack’s crocheting supplies and instruments have been inherited from her late grandmother, and the works assist her embody the recollections of her misplaced kin.