Yesterday my husband and I drove into Atlanta to pick up a tapestry that had been included in The Art of Georgia exhibit that was hanging in the Governor's Offices at the State Capitol. That was the last of the pieces that have been out and about since sometime last year. I think it was the first time I've had so many pieces being exhibited at the same time. I thought I'd have my own mini-exhibition of those pieces here.
Starting with a small tapestry that was included in the NW X SE exhibit that was shown in the Southeast at the Gaston County Museum of Art and History, Dallas, NC and also in the Northwest, at the Harbor History Museum, Gig Harbor, WA. The exhibit was a joint one with Tapestry Artists of Puget Sound and Tapestry Weavers South. My entry was called "The View from Here":
|Needles must be important since I noted them two times.|
|Let's see how much yarn I can cram in a suitcase.|
|And then let's see how jumbled the back of the car will be as I pack--|
trying to keep it all dry as the snowflakes fall.
I'm sure all will be fine, the roads will be clear and the John Campbell Folk School classes will be lovely, as they always are. I hope to be able to post about the class in the days to come.
Oh... one last photo... my feather tapestry as I leave it today. I haven't woven any on it yet and since the snow's still falling, probably won't. Got to get home.