Woven landscape

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This summer I’ve spent several hours learning new weaving skills: Choosing a picture/painting to develop a tapestry, trying a more realistic style, using different textures to interpret things closer or far, something small or big, something smooth or rough. And this is the result, Is about 65 x 65 cms and (like textiles in general) is hard to photograph because it sucks the light.

The next photographs is the painting I used as reference, and myself with the tapestry mid done. I’ve learned to weave for the back of the tapestry, with a mirrow in front.

 
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8 thoughts on “Woven landscape

  1. Hola Greta!
    Me encanta tu tapiz y tu trabajo en general. Yo estaré unos días en BCN y me encantaría conocerte personalmente. ¿Te apetece?
    Un abrazo desde Canarias
    Uli

    • In my country ( cape? verde) 80% of the houses use the roof to capture water, and store it in a underground reservoir. This would be an exrnaotdirary idea for the USA, because America rains more than my African country. You can use the water for gardening, bathroom, Swimining pool, and much more. You will be saving money and the environment.

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