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<p>warp hand dyed on the loom</p>
Interesting and beautiful, I love it!
and interesting - nice!
I'm very curious about the music part. Can you tell us why you call it woven music?
Woven Music feels beautiful.
Love your colour choices with the honeycomb - painting the warp on the loom is new to me but I love the result!
This piece has a lot going on, and a lot of elements most weavers wouldn't think of. The choice of complements for the ground and the honeycomb weft was also a great idea. I'll bet this was fun to weave! (So what music did you listen to when weaving? ;-)
This piece is a part of my final project for textile
first degree. The subject is music and trying to "compose music" on
my loom-which often reminds me musical instrument...working on this one had a
lot of freestyle jazz music going on in the background