Weaving Exhibit MFAH – Olga de Amaral To Weave a Rock

Not often is there a major art museum that showcases the work of a modern day weaver. The work of Olga de Amaral, a Colombian textile artist is fascinating. Her work spans wall pieces to large free-standing installations. She is know for her use of gold on her pieces. These were some of my favorite... Continue Reading →

Citrus Towels

Somewhere I lost my enthusiasm for blogging. The last few months my days no longer follow a routine. Which means less is accomplished with my time. I’m vowing to try to be more productive in all I do. The towels were inspired by oranges, lemons and limes. When Texas experienced the deep freeze in February... Continue Reading →

Exploring DDW

Often when I weave I’ll explore one weave structure for a while. The guild study group I’m a member of has been studying Deflected Double Weave this year via zoom of course. There has been a resurgence of interest in this weave structure since the publishing of Marian Stubenitsky’s book, Double with a Twist. I’ve... Continue Reading →

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