Tapestry fans, don’t miss two pieces designed by Norwegian National Romantic period artist Gerhard Munthe at the American Swedish Institute (ASI). They are on loan
The title of this small tapestry (9.5″ x 15.5″) is “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Does Anyone Care?” Surely not our current president, a climate change
While weaving this monochromatic danskbrogd hanging, I thought about privilege and luck – my own, specifically. My inspiration piece is a coverlet made in Norway
OMG! $119,922,500 for the fourth Scream painting. Details have not been revealed about the buyer, so I’m still hoping that it’s a wealthy Norwegian-American who
I was pleased to hear that my krokbragd weaving mounted on a sheepskin won “Best of Show” at the 2011 National Exhibition of Folk-Art in
The Vesterheim Study Tour class in “Bragd” weaves focused on creating samples of three traditional Scandinavian overshot weave structures; tavlebragd (monks belt), Telemarksteppe, and skillbragd.