Weaving Exhibition - -

Nancy Weaving-small
men's ties2 '79

In 1982, I was invited by the City of Biloxi to hold an Exhibition of my weavings in their new Cultural Center in honor if their opening. This was quite a thrill for me as I had only started weaving in 1976 when we moved into the house on Lovers Lane. I purchased a large 60" Leclare Loom - the largest single loom made at that time. I loved weaving but I disliked to warp. Although I sold most of the works exhibited here, I did keep two rugs which we lovingly have aboard our trawler, Swan Song.

Left - "With a Liitle Help from My Friends" - men's ties woven on my loom.

Left among the bedsheets
To wander within my soul
Fantasies yet to be delivered
Mental though they be

Caressing life spans as distant pasts descend
Allowing promised dreams
Into what could have been our future
Dimensions envelope into one

Years cascade within our waterfalls
Tumbling upon our "other"
Leaving me in blank confusion
As to what could possibly transpire next?

Sons marrying lovers
Need there ever be so many
As to confuse my genealogy - - -
Many generations past

Sunlight, sand, innocuous sea
Ever-blissful reminders - Paradise
not yet etched within our souls
Leaving bitter parameters

Off Loom Sampler

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