These are the other pieces that caught my attention.I'm not sure if this was stitched by hand or zig zag on the machine. It is a simple technique but effective.
There were a number of pieces that were woven, which is one of the techniques favoured by Polish artists. This one looks to be needle weaving.
"To weave or not to weave" (linen tapestry)
And this one more pictorial.
"I promise you a rose garden"
A combination of a machined background with inkle loom weaving.
Maria Antonia Zecchina Herbaria
I think this piece is woven it would also work well as an embroidery.
Although the embroidery is a messy technique I find the piece quiet charmning.
There are many versions of houses but the metal roofs made these ones stand out.
A simple idea of using different coloured pieces of tulle and then embroidereing a grid, worked on paper. I liked the finished effect.
Lene Heimer Nielson
There were other works with about a total of 40 pieces in all. But it was nice to be able to walk into a gallery and enjoy these works. Besides giving pleasure they also provide inspiration. I will be so pleased when this pandemic is over and I can just enjoy things like this again.