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Artists of the Loom – Traditional Weavers of the world

August 01, 2014 1 min read

Creating works of Art with their hands using thread, a loom and a bit of their souls.

Many of the images are from WOVENSOULS.com and many are from other websites.

LAMBANI GYPSY, INDIA

LAMBANI GYPSY, INDIA

A Pueblo man weaving at a loom. ca. 1900. Source - Princeton

A Pueblo man weaving at a loom. ca. 1900. Source – Princeton

Kalash People of Chitral Valley

Kalash People of Chitral Valley

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Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Hand Weaving Loom

Andes, South America

Uzbekistan

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Punjab

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Karen Hilltribe, Thailand

woman weaving

Arunachal Pradesh, India

woman weaving loom warp weft

Long Neck Karen Hilltribe, Thailand

 

apatani weaver wovensouls

Apatani Weaver, India

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Patan Patola Weaver, India

 

Irish Weaver

Irish Weaver

 

Romania

Romania

 

UKRAINE TEXTILE ARTIST

UKRAINE

 

Tajik woman

Tajik woman

More images to be added over the years…..

jaina

August 2014

 

 

 

References:
wovensouls.com
facebook.com
imagesofanthropology.com
Anatoly Zuev
Vintage Point
Lidiya Bebeshko Art

 

 

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