Friday, February 24, 2017
American Tapestry Alliance video
Here's a link to a recently compiled and released video by American Tapestry Alliance. It gives a brief overview of historical tapestries and shows a bit about the designing and weaving of tapestry. At the end, there are many contemporary tapestries shown.
I've added the YouTube link at the left margin in the links of interest. It's hard to keep up with everything that's out there in cyberspace where you can find interesting and inspiring things about tapestry! My list gives only a few of them. American Tapestry Alliance's website includes a listing of links and I'm sure it will grow. That link is also at the left margin--and here.
There's nothing like seeing tapestries in person. But books, catalogs of exhibits, magazines--and the ever expanding online resources are, in some ways, the next best thing.
Enjoy the viewing!
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 7:03 AM