TEx@ATA is ATA’s online gallery showcasing curated exhibitions of contemporary tapestry artists from around the world. Curator’s Information

Newest Exhibition

Elements: earth, air, fire, water – an international non-juried exhibition initiated by Jane Freear-Wyld (UK)

“10 artists from each of three countries, the United States of America, Australia and the United Kingdom, are exhibiting small format hand woven tapestries in this international touring exhibition. The artists were selected by a co-ordinator in each country to demonstrate a range of experience and approaches in a small format with maximum dimensions, 10 inches x 10 inches. The exhibition aims to inspire and educate the onlooker in relation to the variety of approaches to both woven tapestry and the theme. This online exhibition showcases a group of selected artists.”

Essay by Valerie Kirk

View the show.

Blake_Earth Cores 10x8x2

Sally Blake, Australia
“Earth: Cores”
3D tapestry in wooden frame 10 x 8 x 2 ins

TEx@ATA Exhibitions

2017   Elements: earth, air, fire, water
2016   Marcel Marois: The Weave of History
2015   Threads of Life
2015    From Back to Front
2015    Over the Sea, Under the Sky: Contemporary Danish Tapestry
2014    Dorothy Clews: All is in Flux
2014    In the Heart of Europe: Hungarian Tapestry Art
2013    Down South: Tapestry in Australia
2013    The Rhythms of Julia Mitchell’s Tapestries
2013    The Power of Slow
2012    Erin Riley – Public/Private Moments
2012    Dancing Color – Audrey Moore’s Tapestries
2012    A Penelopean Space – the artwork of Linda Wallace
2011    Maiz
2011    Transformed Traditions in Ikat II: Contemporary interpretations of a traditional technique
2010    Archie Brennan
2010    Inyul Heo
2009    Jean Pierre Larochette & Yael Lurie: A study in national treasures
2009    Land
2008    Inspiration & Creativity
2007    Christine Laffer: Lines of Inquiry
2007    Barbara Heller
2007    Tapestry on the Edge
2006    Fractured Landscapes: Tapestries and Paper Weavings by Suzanne Pretty
2006    Between Two Worlds: Valerie Kirk and Sara Lindsay
2005    FindingHome @ tapestry.ca/au