Unique & Original Artworks In The Woven Image

Frances Crowe explores the personal landscape of emotion and memory in her tapestries. Recording world events for posterity. Displacement, separation, climate change and global warming are a constant theme in her most recent body of work.

Her latest large scale tapestry titled Torn apart was woven in 2019 for the third Interconnections exhibition. It explores the human experience of intersectionality, inequality and social injustice, through family separation.

During the Covid pandemic lockdown she created a series of works documenting the current and ongoing phases of recovery, and reopening of the economy.  This theme will continue as the narrative evolves.

Featured Video

This video traces the process of weaving the tapestry titled: Torn Apart. It was created over one year in 2019. This tapestry explores the human experience of intersectionality, inequality and social injustice, through family separation.

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Exhibition Featuring Frances

The International Contemporary Tapestry celebration taking place online, includes 3 Exhibitions | Tapestry 20/20, Interconnections and Timelines on the Edge and the online Symposium.

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