Foundation Lines 3.5 by Santa Fe Weaver Taryn Slawson, 2021


An elemental weaving in hemp by self-taught weaver, Taryn Slawson, for Hunt Modern. 55” x 82” / hemp / 2021.

The second image shows the timing of the weaving of this piece in its unfinished form. The loose colored ends along the edges represent the periods of time dedicated to weaving during each day’s ‘sit’ at the loom. The piece is woven in two panels. This listing is for the piece represented in the images.

Customization is available by adding more panels to increase the size and/or choosing a different accent color. Taryn Slawson is a fiber artist living in Northern New Mexico, north of Santa Fe. She is self - taught in her weaving practice, working mostly with natural fibers like hemp and flax. Her work is an exploration into the unseen realms of time and energy; she is interested in communicating information visually through repetition / sequence / and series of frequency-based patterns. Taryn's work is one-of-a-kind, as each piece is a true testament to her dedication to slow craft-based techniques.

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