Weaving as an Art Form
Theo Moorman’s Weaving as an Art Form details her experience developing as a weaver in the 1920s, following artists from the Arts and Crafts Movement. She shares her design inspiration and process. She gives advice for how to develop your ideas physically, conceptually, and technically.
Moorman discusses the development of her technique and walks through the different ways it can be used. She provides exercises to follow along with when learning the technique, along with suggestions for using the cloth. From inlay exercises to finishings, Moorman presents a well-rounded and nuanced view of learning the Moorman technique.
Publication date 1997. Paperback, 104 Pages
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