Pat Freiert’s Work

26 January 2007

Here are some more images of Pat’s lovely work and her words.

This is a piece that was capped repeatedly using discharged and dyed with vat, acid and Sabracon dyes.


This is an orinui pattern bound on a rope with a forked bamboo stand and dyed with natural dye.


This one is another bound on a forked bamboo stand.


This is a tazuna variation also bound on a forked bamboo stand also discharged and using various dyes.

And this is a spectacular installion:

These two are from an installation for the Christmas concert/service at Christ Chapel in 2005. There were 24 12-yard panels. The first picture is from the finale with the chorus and the second is a close-up of a panel on the east side.


One Response to “Pat Freiert’s Work”

  1. glennis Says:

    inspiration galore! thanks for that


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