Workshop and Gallery Talk
February 12, 2019
10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Jane Freear-Wyld
Tapestry Artist
Exhibit Organizer
Elements: earth, air, fire, water
An Exhibition of Thirty Tapestries by
Weavers from Australia, the United
Kingdom, and the United States
January 17-February 14, 2019
University of North Georgia, Dahlonega, Georgia

Jane Freear-Wyld lives in Coventry, England where she creates one-off, hand-woven tapestries and limited edition paper print weaves. She says: “I fell in love with weaving at teacher training college in the early 1970s. Until 2006 I taught art in Coventry’s Specialist Arts College, when I resigned to spend more time on my weaving. I regularly exhibit both in the UK and internationally, mainly in the USA and Europe.” Jane uses digital photography extensively as part of the design process for both her tapestries and her works on paper. In the workshop, she will show her methods for designing. “I find the manipulation process totally absorbing, and am amazed by how an image can be so completely transformed.” She will also demonstrate several tapestry techniques she uses.

Schedule – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the workshop; $50 fee payable to Tapestry Weavers South. Please pre-register for the workshop by contacting Tommye Scanlin, or 706-973-9687.

Afternoon reception & gallery talk is open to the public at no charge. Questions–please contact Tommye Scanlin.

12-1 pm
Lunch on your own (brown bag or visit nearby cafes)

1 to 4 pm
Demonstration & discussion about tapestry techniques Jane uses. Bring your loom with work in progress for discussion and questions.

5 to 6:30 pm
Reception–Open to the public at no charge

UNG Hoag Student Center Great Room and Bob Owens Gallery Reception begins at 5; gallery talk around 5:30.