This is a body of work inspired by owls. They are made using the bones from owl pellets, which owls regurgitate as a way of getting rid of all the indigestible parts of the creatures that they eat – mice, voles, shrews, rats, beetles, worms etc. The delicate bones are impressed into the paper and then graphite is used to bring them out. The patterns recall eye, penumbra, moon, egg. Will-a-wix is a local name for a barn owl.