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Review: CONNECTIONS: Small Tapestry International 2009

by Louise Abbott

Connections: Small Tapestry International 2009, is the first in a series of juried small tapestry exhibitions sponsored by the American Tapestry Alliance. Its goal is to explore the boundaries of size, to challenge preconceived ideas of tapestry, and promote the potential of small scale work from a personal as well as universal standpoint. . . Small format tapestry challenges the fiber artist to conceptualize ideas normally explored on a larger scale. Materials shrink, weaving techniques are modified, and finishing processes are challenged. . . . I would encourage new tapestry weavers to become immersed in this new opportunity to weave small -- and grow.

 

below: Nicki Bair, Over Easy, 10" x 8"

 

Over Easy by Nicki Bair

 

below: Lany Eila, Knot, 9" x 9", 2008

 

Knot by Lany Eila

 

below: Jean Pierre Larochette, Retablo Of The Farmer, 12.5" x 7.75"

 

Retablo of the Farmer by Jean Pierre Larochette

 

below: Ayelet Lindenstrauss Larson, The White City By The Sea,
10" x 10"

 

A White City by the Sea by Ayelet Larson

 

below: Pete Rocci, An Offering To The Way, 10" x 10"

 

An Offering to the Way by Pete Rocci

 

below: Pamela Topham, Meadow Music 1, Sagaponauc, 10" x 10"

 

Meadow Music 1 Sagaponauc by Pamela Topham

 

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Fall 2009 Vol 35 No 3
A Quarterly Review of Tapestry Art Today

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