Mountain Splendor, original handwoven tapestry by Robin Reider, 34" x 46", naturally hand-dyed wool, 2011

Mountain Splendor, original handwoven tapestry by Robin Reider, 34″ x 46″, naturally hand-dyed wool, 2011

Robin Reider is one of the artists featured in Tapestry Through Time, hanging at The Historic Taos Inn until February 1, 2016.

“Mountain Splendor was inspired by the New Mexico mountains. Woven with natural yarns – chamisa, indigo, cutch, peach leaves, onion skins, cota, osage, marigold, madder root.” Robin

You can see another of Robin’s beautiful tapestries here.

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Ciao,
Teresa

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Flight by Mary Cost, 26" x 33.25", hand-dyed wool on cotton warp, 2015

Flight by Mary Cost, 26″ x 33.25″, hand-dyed wool on cotton warp, 2015

Mary Cost is one of the artists featured in Tapestry Through Time, hanging at The Historic Taos Inn until February 1, 2016.

“Two cranes in flight breast the tumultuous skies of late summer.” -Mary

Mary has a beautiful website, with a portfolio full of her tapestries. Click here to see more.

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Teresa

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Blue Windows by Skaidrite McKeag, 37" x 55", hand-dyed wool and silk

Blue Windows by Skaidrite McKeag, 37″ x 55″, hand-dyed wool and silk

Skaidrite McKeag is one of the artists featured in Tapestry Through Time, hanging at The Historic Taos Inn until February 1, 2016.

Blue Windows, to me, is a satisfying design in use of positive and negative space. I like the crisp, clean lines.  -Skaidrite

You can see another tapestry of Skai’s here.

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Teresa

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Untitled #1 (Blue, Brown), original handwoven tapestry by Cornelia Theimer Gardella, 25" x 40”, 100% hand-dyed wool on cotton warp

Untitled #1 (Blue, Brown), original handwoven tapestry by Cornelia Theimer Gardella, 25″ x 40”, 100% hand-dyed wool on cotton warp

Cornelia Theimer Gardella is one of the artists featured in Tapestry Through Time, hanging at The Historic Taos Inn until February 1, 2016.

Cornelia is a tapestry weaver and a photographer. Take a look at her website to see some more of her beautiful work.

Please feel free to leave a comment about this piece! We would love to know what you think!

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Ciao,

Teresa

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Desert Memory by Elizabeth J. Buckley, 31” x 24”, handwoven, Aubusson-style (French) tapestry, moth-proofed wool weft threads on cotton seine twine warp, 1993

Desert Memory by Elizabeth J. Buckley, 31” x 24”, handwoven, Aubusson-style (French) tapestry, moth-proofed wool weft threads on cotton seine twine warp, 1993

Elizabeth J. Buckley is one of the artists featured in Tapestry Through Time, hanging at The Historic Taos Inn until February 1, 2016.

Desert Memory began while I was sketching a stone that had at one edge the shadowed profile of a face. I began thinking of the Anasazi cliff dwellings and of the Presence I felt when walking among the ruins. – Elizabeth

Elizabeth has a wonderful website, with a portfolio full of her tapestries…. and she also teaches classes!

Here is a link to the piece that is featured in Tapestry Through Time.

Please feel free to leave a comment about this piece! We would love to know what you think!

Enjoy!

Ciao,

Teresa

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