Wendy Carpenter’s hand weaved fiber sculptures reveal a personal expressionism style derived from borderline “abstract-literal” interpretations, executed through form, color, and tactile materials.
This collection “Preserving Americana” are works created with re-purposed old farm tools and household items from the early 1900s. It is an expression in honor of our ancestors’ rural lifestyle. “The Horse Drive” fiber sculpture is constructed with hand weaved jute and horse hair panels mounted on a double horse drive harness. The fiber art sculpture measures 5.5’ x 5’and extends 6” out from the wall.