I've completed the mounting and framing of the feather tapestries. I've also gotten two block prints done and framed. I'll be delivering these pieces to Hambidge next week. The opening of the exhibit is on March 31. Unfortunately, I'll have to miss it because I'll be in Tallahassee, Florida to teach a tapestry class.
This three feather piece is my favorite of these. I've called it "Crow and More" as that seemed appropriate.
NOW... on to other things.
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...(I) have come to the conculsion that tapestry can indeed be an art form in its own right with its own specific mode of expression if the craft of weaving is allowed to influence the art of tapestry. In order to be meaningful, tapestry must find its own identity. It must not be a woven painting, but rather a composition that could only have been woven, not painted.