Each year I visit the Jane Kahan Gallery at 73rd and Madison Ave in New York. According to their website, they are “the largest dealer
During my week in NYC this year, I decided to haul around my billedvev and weave in the ends. You can see progress during a
The tapestry below, from the collection of the Nasjonalmuseet in Oslo (full record here), was woven in 1739. There are so many details to study.
When I finish a weaving, there are always aspects of the work that I like, and those that remain annoying. On this one, I’m not
As I teach workshops and give lectures about Norwegian billedvev, I look at many medieval pieces over and over. I keep seeing new things–motifs, horse
The face is done–phew!–and the hair is OK. Some of you may remember that I made a small sample for this tapestry, some years ago.