Finally this long process is almost at completion. I have three more panels to deliver but most of them are now with members of the family. I am really pleased with how they turned out. The screen print of the cupped hands holds the fused cremains of two different family members in a gesture of care with the addition of enamel adding a burst of colour at the top of each panel. The frames enable them to stand or hang, because the depths of the layers are revealed best in refracted light, rather than with light passing through them. Each panel has it own subtlety and nuance, as each person’s relationship with the deceased had its own flavour and cadence. Continuing and developing research from my PhD around death. loss, grief, ritual, gift-giving and memorial objects.