Vicki Alayne Bradley
In early 2015, I discovered an article in Uppercase magazine that featured contemporary tapestry weavers. Falling in love with the cheerful colours and cloud-like designs of Maryanne Moodie, I wanted to someday try this beautiful art form. Later that year I took a Beginner’s Weaving workshop, and then furthered my skills with Intermediate Design courses and workshops.
My tapestry weavings are created with frame looms, and made with a variety materials including alpaca and merino wool, roving, and acrylic blends. My whimsical, wavy style is inspired by the beauty of the ocean and love of vibrant colours.
I have exhibited my work at retail shops and galleries in Toronto, including a group show at the OCAD Continuing Studies gallery. I’ve also created numerous commission pieces for clients and local businesses. I currently live in Ameliasburgh with my photographer husband Dean, where we enjoy the peaceful countryside of our century home.See The Work
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