Sunday, May 4, 2014
I began weaving this tapestry on March 4. Here it is May 4 and I'm not yet to the half-way point. Granted, I've been away from the loom for various reasons in the two months since the first passes of weft were put into place but it still seems to be moving so slowly.
In a couple of weeks I'll be away again, once more in a residency at the Lillian Smith Center where the stones that were the inspiration for this tapestry are found. While I'm at the center I'll be working on samples for an upcoming class rather than drawing and painting as I've done while there in the past. Well, maybe I'll have to draw and paint a bit. And walk in the woods. Sitting on the porch in the evening sounds pretty good, too.
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 6:34 PM