Therin Brooks

Therin Brooks

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The hydro plant under construction in 1900 (Photo courtesy of Valentine Richmond History Center)

In the hustle of Richmond’s tax credit-fueled redevelopment rush in recent years, old urban buildings with at least some architectural character rarely stay on the market as long as the Haxall Canal hydro plant has.

The King in Yellow Most know the King in Yellow from Lovecraft’s stories and the Cthulhu mythos in general, but it predates his stories by quite some time. The King in Yellow is a forbidden play which causes those who read it to go mad, and comes from a collection of stories by the same name written by Robert Chambers.  Along the shore the cloud waves break,The twin suns sink behind the lake,The shadows lengthenIn Carcosa.Strange is the night where black stars rise,And strange moons ...

The King in Yellow Most know the King in Yellow from Lovecraft’s stories and the Cthulhu mythos in general, but it predates his stories by quite some time. The King in Yellow is a forbidden play which.

I've been working on this piece all week and finally it's nearly ready for coming off the loom! I've switched the bottom section around so many times, originally I was going to have a multi coloured, multi layered, multi angled fringe but it didn't feel right when in front of me. I do tend to go with my gut instinct when I'm weaving, even if it completely changes the look of a design.....do you? I've love to know

I've been working on this piece all week and finally it's nearly ready for coming off the loom! I've switched the bottom section around so many times, originally I was going to have a multi coloured, multi layered, multi angled fringe but it didn't feel right when in front of me. I do tend to go with my gut instinct when I'm weaving, even if it completely changes the look of a design.....do you? I've love to know

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Weaving techniques that might be helpful (not for card weaving but for weaving where the warp threads are spaced further apart. This board is very useful for details about weaving. (For stories about Peruvian children and adults weaving

For Slovakian textile lover Terézia Krnáčová, thread is as important as air or food. To honor this obsession, she created Everyday Bread, a simple project in which she elaborately stitches and weaves thread into slices of bread.

My concept is expression of my personal relationship with textil. I love textil art and I can‘t live a day without it. I made a composition of seven, as there are days in week, dry slides of bread, six of them processing by textil techniques and the seven