A non-profit organization supporting the fine arts medium of contemporary handwoven tapestry

  • Linda Green, "The Soft Machine," detail

  • Kari Guddal, "Deep Down," detail

  • Margaret Jones, "Number One," detail

  • Aino Kajaniemi, "I Stretch," detail


Featured News

Before I started Reserve Pond, I had done many drawings and a few tapestries with the subject of water. Crossed threads in a tapestry, constantly twisting and untwisting with changes in humidity and temperature, are like pixels in a constantly …

Sandy Adair, "Curl Triptych" 2008, 34" x 90"

The Blue Ridge Mountains surrounding my home with their ever changing moods continually inspire me as a weaver. My intention is to create peaceful places, microcosms one may enter for replenishment. To me, weaving is much like painting, with my …

Urban Jupena received the ATA Award for Excellence for his tapestry, “Spark, Blaze, Afterglow.” It was exhibited in Woven Together: Firestorm at the Business Art Center in Manitou Springs, CO. Read more.…

Shelley Socolofsky, "Fata Morgana" 2008, 78" x 66"

Shelley Socolofsky’s work is “concerned with ritual, perception, migration, and the fluidity of cultural identity.” Visit her Artist Page.…

Pat Williams received the ATA Award for Excellence for her tapestry “Failure to Communicate” exhibited in Threads of Life, at the Quinlan Center for Visual Arts, Gainesville, GA. Read more.…

Curated by Micala Sidore, this show features the work of Julia Mitchell, an artist living on Martha’s Vineyard. The tapestries span the length of her career. The show is accompanied by an essay written by the curator. View the show

1 23 24 25 26 27