Woven Women – Uncertainty

When faced with challenges, one of the ways I work my way through them is to weave.

This tapestry is the result of dealing with a huge challenge- how to cope with difficult news about the health of my beloved daughter.

This piece is called: ‘Woven Women- Uncertainty’, and she has a little poem….

copyright Noreen Crone-Findlay http://www.crone-findlay.com

She’s a mixed media piece, woven in soumak, with inkle bands and spool knitted cords.

I spool knitted wire to encapsulate sea glass, seashell fragments and pottery shards.

Her hands are shaped from wire, and they clasp a purpleheart wooden heart.

She’s approximately 20 inches tall by 11 inches at the base.

And, here is her poem:

Uncertainty

is the trembling bridge

crossing from

Here

to

What if?

Courage

is the

breath

that tears

the quivering shadows

from the heart.

Image and poem copyright Noreen Crone-Findlay

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6 responses to “Woven Women – Uncertainty

  1. Sharon

    Noreen, I love her!!!
    Like you my weaving my way of coping with life’s challengesI

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  2. caroline

    a beautiful, meaningful piece…..love and peace, Caroline xx

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  3. So beautiful! Looking at this woven woman and then reading the poem were very powerful. Every part of her looks perfect from my perspective. Thank you!

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