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  • Janette Meetze, "Red Dirt Days: Journey Through 2014," detail

  • Gunilla Petersson, "Landscape," detail

  • Cecilia Blomberg, "Point Defiance Steps," detail

  • Linda Wallace, "The Journey Back," detail

  • Joyce Hayes, "Etude #8," detail


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Stamps is a continuum of my love of travel and how stamps and postcards evoke romance and intrigue. I enjoyed playing with their scale—enlarging them seemed to reveal things not apparent in the original size. Read more.

I may paint an image directly on warp then cover it completely with translucent weft and let the light play with it. I utilize negative space. I might print an image on my piece like on any textile. But eventually …

Rebecca Mezoff, "Emergence V" 2011, 44" x 44"

The Emergence series is inspired by the landscape of the American Southwest where I have lived most of my life. For three years when I first started this series, I lived on a mesa near Velarde, New Mexico on a …

Her inspiration comes from television, newspaper articles, from walks in the streets of Copenhagen and from people she meets there. Most of her works are about honoring and keeping the memory of anonymous people alive. Read more.

Water in all its forms and the tropics, with a little humor and hidden surprises mixed in.  “Free” is a recent commission piece for a fellow weaver who loved the beach and the Orient equally well. If you look …

From 77 artists who submitted 112 tapestries, Hesse McGraw, Chief Curator, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, chose 38 tapestries. Read more.…

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