Tamar Bar-Noy

1. Conceptualized memory of a Hebrew song. Indian silk on Mexican Manta, Japanese paper, & Hoopoe feather.

2. The experience of a total silence at Lake Geneva (during U of WI Madison’s conference of Creative Arts Therapies). Fabric & paper on cardboard.

3. Speculations on the beginning of speech; nature’s language of sights and sounds. Different fabrics on hand-woven hemp, acrylics.

4. Researching the design on a Moroccan collapsible trumpet “Neffer” / “Nafir” (=good) and it’s relations to Egyptian renditions of the Waterlily (=beautiful), the source name for Nefertiti. Fabrics & paper on hand-woven hemp, acrylics.