Hand-dyeing | 1996-2001

Then I dyed old 19th century linen and hemp that had been spun and woven by hand. Next I cut them freehand and used them in collages to give the shapes flexibility.

Crépuscule by Anne Woringer

Crépuscule1996 • Linen, cotton, damask • 125 x 110 cm

Lhassa by Anne Woringer

Lhassa1997 • Antique linen dyed using traditional method • 148 x 125 cm

Chaises II by Anne Woringer

Chaises II1997 • Antique linen dyed using traditional method • 162 x 140 cm

Le Labyrinthe de Merlin by Anne Woringer

Le Labyrinthe de Merlin1998 • Linen • 156 x 150 cm
Selected for Quilt National 1999

Les Totems Rouges by Anne Woringer

Les Totems Rouges1998 • Linen • 110 x 120 cm

Les Versets Hermétiques by Anne Woringer

Les Versets Hermétiques1999 • Linen • 124 x 180 cm
Second prize for Europe at Heidelberg in 2000

Les Mains Négatives by Anne Woringer

Les Mains Négatives2000 • Linen • 125 x 140 cm
Selected for Quilt National 2001

Le Grand Rouge by Anne Woringer

Le Grand Rouge2000 • Linen • 203 x 203 cm
Collection of Museum of Arts and Design, New York

Les Bois Flottés by Anne Woringer

Les Bois Flottés2000 • Linen • 116 x 105 cm

Les Zombis Voltigeurs by Anne Woringer

Les Zombis Voltigeurs2000 • Linen • 65 x 80 cm

Shingle by Anne Woringer

Shingle2000 • Linen • 120 x 110 cm

Huis Clos by Anne Woringer

Huis Clos2001 • Linen • 155 x 118 cm

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