I only made 3 of these, each 12" square. And unlike almost all my other art, these are completely machine sewn. Each has several layers of silk, Wonder Under (fusible material), images and wording printed or transferred onto silk, and even very thin plastic red netting. I ironed layers together, sewed them down, then used an exacto knife to cut through a few layers, and pulled sections off (using a pair of pliers to get a grip). I liked the way it exposed the underlying layers, which could then be covered by more layers.
This one has images from keyboards embedded under the upper layers, and some hook-and-eyes sewn on top. Again, these were really in demand: I think this last one, Skin Deep, was even used as the image on a show postcard. I do like the way they evolved, from the first rather plain one, to this more visually complex version. At the bottom of this last one, there is a pattern (which I think I copied from a picture of accordion keys) under the surface - and I sewed small white beads on top, with black thread, and it really creates movement between the layers. I should use that again...