Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016


My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen
Eileen
Eileen
Eileen
Eileen
Eileen
Eileen
Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016


My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

Eileen

Fabric Collage, 2016

My grandmother, Eileen Kehoe Cawley, passed away of Alzheimer's Disease when I was nine years old. By the time I was born, she had already lost her memory to the illness. Over the course of the semester, I conducted interviews, collected photos, and found objects from her life in an attempt to reconstruct her personality while she was healthy. This fabric collage is the culmination of my research and a representation of what I learned about my grandmother. Above all else, I now believe she kept a world inside her head that she never shared with anyone. A piece of her will forever remain a mystery.

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