Cornhusk Dolls

Eighteen cornhusk dolls lay on grass. Half of them are dyed slightly pink, the rest are plain. They alternate by color.
Hand-crafted cornhusk dolls, dyed using pigment from onion skins, lay on a grass patch. Photo by Maegan McCoy.

Maegan McCoy (she/her)

Hello, I am a queer multimedia artist, currently studying Cinema and Art at the UO. I have more time to cook for myself now that I have a kitchen in my apartment and classes are remote. Recently, I’ve become obsessed with fermentation. I have two sourdough starters and multiple bottles of homemade kombucha in the fridge as we speak. I’ve always longed for a closer relationship to what I eat and have a strong passion for cooking and food sovereignty. website:

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