Viewer of Mary Babcock's work

A visitor viewing Mary Babcock’s work created at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, OR during a artist residency, December 2013. The work is made from woven and layer wax paper.

Tan, Black and Reflection

Tan, Black and Reflection

Taken at a nearby festival. Hats of different styles and colors seemed to worn with abandonment at the festival. This one caught my eye first because of its weave and then the reflection in his glasses.

Bobbin and Shuttle

Bobbin and Shuttle

This is another picture from Lowell’s National Historic Park. The bobbin is in its shuttle. This is what goes back and forth to create the weft in the warp of a woven fabric.

Ralph Nordstrom Photography

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