Sunday, March 30, 2014

Finished Art Weaving

I intended to weave the hanging yarn ends back into this 15" x20" piece, but then decided on this more primitive look instead. The beaded pendant is one of our daughter's hand-painted papier mâché pieces. I know weaving would be easier, faster, and more precise on a heddle loom, but I really enjoy the simple frame loom process. It often gives me unpredictable results which is always fun, and I learn something new with each piece I weave!


5 comments:

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

This is REALLY outstanding. You've stepped to a new level with this piece. It reminds me of a mountain landscape. Gorgeous!

kathyinozarks said...

love it!

Gene Black said...

Excellent! I love it.

Its All About Creating said...

Gorgeous! The design draws the eye in. I find myself studying it. I'm especially loving the longer piece of fringe on the lower right. It repeats the whole coordinated randomness. Really beautiful!

Penny said...

Its beautiful!