Thursday, November 20, 2014
Both of these are small. I mentioned the William Morris study I'm doing a few posts back. The first sample using thoughts from the study is this one, oak leaves drawn and begun while I was at Hambidge in mid October:
Pretty simplified, I know, but that's OK for this study. Size is 12" high (to be) x 8" wide.
The other tapestry is one I had on a demo loom during the Tapestry Weavers South exhibit at the UNG library during October. I'm working on both of these now, a bit on one then for an hour or so on the other one. I'd like to get both of them off the loom before the end of November.
The landscape is going to be about 14" high x 19" wide.
Hambidge is once more in my future--another fill-in is coming up in early December. I have some serious design work to do while I'm there. I'll continue to read and make notes in my Morris study but I have another tapestry to develop. Focus time coming up!
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 6:46 PM