High Summer, 1921, is one of Frida Hansen’s later transparent panels, and it hangs in the Stavanger Art Museum. It has a sort of crazy sense
While my main purpose in Norway is to study the transparency technique of Frida Hansen, I take every opportunity to see tapestry and traditional weaving.
As I walked by “Clematis and Birds of Paradise” (1924) in the Stavanger Art Museum, I was drawn to the birds with long flowing tails.
Regular readers of this blog know that I am in Norway as the result of a grant from the American Scandinavian Foundation, for which I
Can you get to Bergen, Norway, soon? You should see the new exhibit at KODE, the Bergen Art Museum. The amazing digitally-woven tapestries of Kari
It’s a privilege to be in Stavanger, Norway, with time to study and write and weave, thanks to a fellowship with the American Scandinavian Foundation.