I talked about a display looking at weaving and wool based art in a previous post, (the display included other types of textiles as well but I had focused on the wool based ones as I thought they were the most interesting). I quickly took four photos of the textile section of the display – there were sections on things like New Zealand pottery – as I thought it would be interesting to be able to give a basic idea of why I liked them enough to mention them.
As the display for the textiles was just a small cabinet with photos of the work rather a proper display with the works themselves in it I’m only going to be posting the photos here in my blog rather than on a separate page on the main page. I thought have a page that was little than photos of someone’s photos didn’t quite work but did like the work themselves enough to want to have a record of them and the types of things I would like to look at further.
I am actually mildly disappointed that I wasn’t able to see a display of the original pieces, and not to be able to take a few photos of them, but to be able to see the whole works for myself given that a number of the photos only showed parts of the larger work or showed the larger work without showing any close ups of the details. But they are part of a series of simple displays at the Public Library in the central city in Auckland, New Zealand. (If anyone is interested they are on the top floor that the public is allowed to go to and are usually in the general area between the Sir George Grey collections and the family history sections – usually with display going down the wall from the newspaper reading room, past the family history entrance, and into the general seating area).