Synopses & Reviews
An in-depth and personal look into the lives and work of twenty-five noted New Mexico fiber artists culled from the state's many cultures and ethnicities. Throughout the last century weaving has undergone a metamorphosis yielding new techniques and fresh interpretations. Not bound by a fixed style, the weavers from this exhibition have each developed a personal aesthetic, building on their inherited traditions to evolve new forms. Peer into the world of New Mexico and its people by way of the woven thread.
About the Author
Douglas Kent Hall (1938 - 2008) was a writer, poet, photographer and filmmaker. As a photographer, he focused on New Mexico's unique mix of people and places. Hall's images are in public and private collections across the nation.