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Posts Tagged ‘ lynne curran ’

TUSCANY: “HOT CAKES” Art and Ceramic Sculpture Show: Citerna from 26 June

Jun 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Art & Culture

Lynne Curran and Fanette Cardinali met almost 4 years ago, when Lynne moved her studio from Scotland to Chiusi della Verna and a short walk along an ancient drovers path from Fanette’s studio and family home in La Rocca. Fanette’s sculptural pots with their textured surfaces and splashes of colour evoke the human body, whilst […]



Tuscany: Tapestry at Busatti’s with Lynne Curran from 30 Jun

Jun 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Art & Culture

This summer Lynne Curran is leading tapestry courses at Busatti’s in /Anghiari,   A great opportunity to learn an enchanting medieval craft in a  perfect setting.   Lynne Curran is a tapestry weaver and has been a visiting lecturer at leading art schools and museums worldwide.  Her tapestries are held in many international art collections, such as the Victoria and […]



Tapestry in Tuscany with Lynne Curran

Feb 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Art & Culture


A Portrait of Lynne Curran

Dec 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Property of the Month

A LOOM WITH A VIEW Tapestry Summer School in Tuscany Dante mentioned it in ‘Paradiso’. Michelangelo ascribed his genius to its pure mountain air and depicted it on the Sistine ceiling.  St.Francis loved its remote and craggy grandeur. High up in the Appenines, the Tuscan hill-town of Chiusi della Verna has long been a favourite […]