It was woven on a linen warp which was wonderful. The piece came off so rich and stiff and complete. loom it was like drinking a really expensive wine after only drinking cheap stuff for years. Tapestry weaving became magical and not nearly as difficult (this experience must have greatly contributed to creating the Mirrix so that others would have that great tapestry weaving experience without having to buy a huge and expensive floor loom).
These pieces are not shown in order of their creation. This piece was also not woven on the Mirirx.
Acorns in a tree to the right. I don't know who owns it because it sold through a gallery. This was a rare realistic piece. It was based on a tiny photograph I found in a Nature Conservancy magazine.
The tapestry below is called "They worshiped the sun God." It came out exactly as I envisioned it. I use a lot of weft bundles with strands of wool and rayon.