When I was a kid, my dad (who was in the army) used to go on what he called bivouac, which is the military term for camping out, most often used when playing war “games”. I loved the word and the way it is pronounced (biv-whack). Many years later, I saw tents lined up with military precision at Camp Navajo just west of Flagstaff, and that image inspired the stitching on this piece.

8-1/2″ h x 11-1/4″ w


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