Saturday, December 6, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Lyn Horton: Installation Shots: Cross MacKenzie Gallery, Georgetown, Washington, DC, September, 2014
|Rebecca Cross, owner of Cross MacKenzie Gallery, makes final lighting adjustment on Lyn Horton's work.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: l: Three line characters, 2014; r: Strands, 2010.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: l to r: 25 Characters, 2014; (upper) Gold & Silver, (below) Silver & Gold, 2014;|
Maren Kloppmann ceramics: on pedestals.
|Lyn Horton: 70" Square Drawing Black & White, 2014.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: l: 70" Square Drawing Black & White; r: White Characters, 2014.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: 3 Sequential Series White & Black on Green & Rose 1-4, 2014.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: l: (upper) Silver & Gold; (lower) Gold & Silver, 2014; r: Single Loopy Line, 7, 5, 3, 8, 2014.|
|Lyn Horton drawings: 9 White Characters, 2014.|
|Enlarged Photo by Richard Laurie of Lyn Horton standing in front of one of her wall drawing installations in the window of Cross MacKenzie Gallery.|
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Friday, April 18, 2014
copyright 2014 Lyn Horton
Photo: Michael Weintrob
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
|Walking in Vientiane, Laos, January, 2014|
|Velvet Installation at Cross Mackenzie Gallery, Sept., 2012|
|The Mekong River way in the distance,|
|From the porch of my Vientiane hotel room|
|Traditional Tai Deng Pattern|
It was at these two places that I became exceedingly interested in the weaving process. I watched the weavers attentively, making an effort to see the pattern of their movements. My observations were not altogether
|The hettle being constructed by one of the weavers|
|Traditional Art and Ethmology Center, Luang Prabang, Laos|
|Photo of Akha Woman|
|Akha Women's Costume|
|The first tapestries I purchased |
in Luang Prabang
With gold thread, Nith embroiders images on heavy cloth, some of the images made directly from plant leaves.The process is tedious and time-consuming. As with any artist, it is his calling. His intimate space is saturated with objects. Pam and I bumped our heads on sculptures that were hanging from the ceiling. Nith is not tall. He has divided his house into spaces for doing specific projects. One does not have to walk far to move from one project to another. Fulfillment reels from the air.
|Display of dyeing materials and the results |
at Ock Pop Tok Living Art and Crafts Center, Luang Prabang
|Pam, Lyn, Welmoed and Vimol|
copyright 2014 Lyn Horton
Header photo by Welmoed Laanstra
Photo of Traditional Arts and Ethnology Center from its website
All other photos by Lyn Horton
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