Tapestry Visions X4 Exhibit in St. Petersburg
At The Florida Craftsman
With Terri Stewart of Taos
Two Pages of Photo Gallery
Photos are large be patient
~ Stewart Tapestries ~ Norsk Fjord Fiber ~ Florida Craftsman ~
~ Gainesville Handweavers’ Guild ~
Now I know why you enjoyed the exhibit and the good company that you’re a part of.
Great company indeed, and awesome works of art. Lots of inspiration.
Thanks for posting these pictures so quickly to share with the world! However, the ‘disaster’ and ‘Ringling Circus’ tapestries belong to Becky Stevens, not Lynn Mayne. It was great to see you again and hang out with the Gainesville weavers. Always fun to talk shop with like-minded folks! I do hope all of you have time to see the “New Art of the Loom” tapestry exhibit at the Appleton Museum in Ocala FL in the next month. It is worth the trip to see these larger scale pieces. In the meantime, drop me an email from time to time and keep in touch!
Thank you Terri for letting me know about the discrepancy with the photos. I got a little copy and paste happy with names. I have them corrected and they should be labeled correctly when they’re viewed. It was great to see you again and we’ll definitely keep in touch. We’re working on the next exhibit in Ocala.
Thank you for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbor were just preparing to do a little research about this. We got a book from our local library but I think I learned more from this post. I am very glad to see such excellent info being shared freely out there.
Thank you for your kind words. I’m glad that you’ve gotten something from it. There are a lot of great online resources out there for Tapestry Weaving. The American Tapestry Alliance is one great resource, and there are other very informative sites. The important thing to do is to absorb as much information as you can, then jump in. Start a small project and complete it. Then begin another project, and build on your skill. At least that’s my approach.
Terrific collection, thanks for sharing Eric 🙂
You’re welcome, Eric. It was a great exhibit, and the company was fabulous. It’s great to see several artists work in one place. Comparing the techniques, materials used and design differences is fascinating. It encourages us to push forward with our own work, and realize that our own vision is just as valid.
Thanks Mark, glad you identified it useful. 🙂
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