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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