“Roses in the Landscape,” 1903. The roses that appear in so many of Frida Hansen’s works star alone in this double tapestry panel at the
I was invited to the weavers group meeting at Svithun Husflidslag on the day I arrived in Stavanger. I had few expectations for the meeting,
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.
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
On my Stavanger field trip yesterday, I was struck by weavings both thick and thin. My friend Ragnhild Wanthne, from the local weaving group at