Diane Savona presents domestic artifacts in an archaeological context. The fossilized impressions in her art are constructed with buttons and buckles sewn between layers of cloth. Her work is constructed almost entirely from salvaged materials, the art presented as petrified specimens. Deconstructed garments are offered for inspection on taut surfaces. By carefully cutting apart and arranging the garments, their human connection is emphasized. Crochet and lace, showing through the almost transparent garments, appear skeletal. The rigid framing exposes the somewhat sentimental clothing (several are infant christening gowns) in an unemotional perspective, allowing the viewer to examine the clothing as artifacts.