I ran up to Taos this morning to see my pieces hanging at Weaving Southwest. You can see them here hanging near the ceiling. The leftmost panel of Inscription should be hanging several inches higher, but otherwise I was glad to see them on the wall since I was almost two weeks late getting them to the gallery due to the idiosyncrasies of customs.
|Left to right: Inscription, Halcyon Days II, Emergence II|
The fourth piece that I brought back from Germany is currently at the Taos Inn in a display advertising Weaving Southwest. I went to the Inn to see the Andean textile exhibit (with great photos) by Andrea Heckman who write a fascinating book called Woven Stories. I was amazed to see a textile woven in the 10th century hanging on the wall of the Adobe Bar. So surreal.
30 x 48 inches, hand-dyed wool tapestry
And we had snow in New Mexico this week. I have enjoyed the white landscape a great deal.
|New Mexico holiday fire|