A black linen shroud has been embellished with tens of thousands of faces. Each face represents ten civilians killed in the Syrian Civil War. For each year of the war, which began in 2011, ( and continues until today) the faces become darker and darker. Over 500,000 men, women and children non-combatants have been killed. The piece, sadly, is on-going, with additional faces being added as the casualties continue to mount. This piece was selected for the 17th Tapestry Triennial in Lodz Poland, 2023 and also was selected for Fiber Art Now’s 2023 annual juried exhibition.