Though not a traditional woven textile, I use the term "tapestry" to describe this mixed body of felted relief works.  The pieces are characterized by highly-textured surfaces, are reinforced, and are generally conceived for the wall.










These pieces are richly textured, typically high-relief, felt-based works which have been polymerized and hardened around a cradled panel. The rectilinear format begins to suggest a conventionally painted surface, hence the name.