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Blue Star Contemporary will present Doerte Weber's solo exhibit, "Shed." Weber reflects on the emotions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic as she worked on more than 45 handwoven towels. As Weber worked on the loom, she experimented with patterns, colors, designs, and inscriptions. The resulting work is a direct reflection on the feelings of frustration, worry, and acceptance.

Weber is a self-taught weaver born in Germany and currently living and working in San Antonio. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is a part of numerous private and public collections. She is inspired by the history and work of Bauhaus women weavers. As fellow autodidacts they embraced free experimentation, learning by trial and error and were unhampered by previous knowledge.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through September 5.

Blue Star Contemporary will present Doerte Weber's solo exhibit, "Shed." Weber reflects on the emotions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic as she worked on more than 45 handwoven towels. As Weber worked on the loom, she experimented with patterns, colors, designs, and inscriptions. The resulting work is a direct reflection on the feelings of frustration, worry, and acceptance.

Weber is a self-taught weaver born in Germany and currently living and working in San Antonio. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is a part of numerous private and public collections. She is inspired by the history and work of Bauhaus women weavers. As fellow autodidacts they embraced free experimentation, learning by trial and error and were unhampered by previous knowledge.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through September 5.

Blue Star Contemporary will present Doerte Weber's solo exhibit, "Shed." Weber reflects on the emotions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic as she worked on more than 45 handwoven towels. As Weber worked on the loom, she experimented with patterns, colors, designs, and inscriptions. The resulting work is a direct reflection on the feelings of frustration, worry, and acceptance.

Weber is a self-taught weaver born in Germany and currently living and working in San Antonio. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is a part of numerous private and public collections. She is inspired by the history and work of Bauhaus women weavers. As fellow autodidacts they embraced free experimentation, learning by trial and error and were unhampered by previous knowledge.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through September 5.

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Blue Star Contemporary
116 Blue Star
San Antonio, TX 78204
https://bluestarcontemporary.org/exhibitions/doerte-weber/

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