Sylvia Warner, fiber artist, has been weaving for more than 20
years and likes to combine both tapestry and boundweave (four harness) techniques,
sometimes with the use of felting and embroidery. She strives to show her appreciation
of her natural surroundings and its native cultures. Some of her works have a fragile
quality to highlight the delicate aspects of nature.
Sylvia and her friend, Zsombor Gyokossy, have coauthored more than 12 books, including the series of photography/poetry books, The Mind's Eye of Artist and Poet, published by Blurb.com. A copy of her book on her weavings, You Are Here, is available for viewing at the gallery.
Her invention, "Tap-Chimes" (or Tapestry Chimes), hangs from the ceiling. They twirl in the breeze, giving a new twist to an image. For a sample, please click on this link: Upcoming Shows
In September, 2016, Sylvia was the featured artist for in the Sandoval Signpost, a periodical serving Placitas, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho, Jemez, Albuquerque, and the surrounding area. Click here to find the complete article: Syliva Warner, Fiber Artist