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Over the years, I have been a little lax in keeping good pictures of my tapestries.
Of course, I can’t now make pictures of works that were sold and are not available,
so I have cobbled together here on my blog some of the records I can find.
The images will vary in quality, but I hope you will “get the picture.”
See the “Tapestry Inventory Page” for more images.
“Under the Volcano”, the tapestry pictured above, is hand spun mohair, natural dyes, 40″x108″. It was also in a “Virginia Artists Exhibition” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and subsequently purchased by the Northern Virginia Regional Office of AT&T.
Above, is a tapestry, hand spun mohair with natural dyes, I was commissioned to make for the Peace Corps. It is approximately 3 feet by 2 feet. Here it is used on the cover of a
Peace Corps Publication, 11″x8.5″.
Below, a tapestry, 48″x48″, wool with natural dyes, was purchased by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts out of an exhibition at the museum. I was given a one person exhibit at the museum in 1977.
This wool tapestry, 31″x37″, was purchased by the Mint Museum in Charlotte,
out of a juried competition in 1977.
The linen tapestries above are a triptych I was commissioned to make for a new
Sovran Bank in Richmond, Virginia. Today, the bank is Bank of America. Yes, that’s me.
This work ( 4 feet x 7 feet ) was stolen out of the Martin Luther King Library in Washington, DC, just before I arrived to retrieve it after it had been exhibited
for several weeks.
A collector commissioned a tapestry. This is the piece I produced (The hands were not included). I believe it is now in a private collection in Maryland.
This small tapestry is in a private collection in Virginia.
The above is in a private collection in England.
The piece above is in a private collection in Norway.
This tapestry is in a private collection in Massachusetts.
Above in a private collection in Virginia.
This is in a private collection in Virginia.
Tapestry in a private collection in Virginia.