Moods and Mysteries: Textile Art by Anne Gro Johanson

January 25 – February 12, 1982

McPherson Library Gallery

When creating a tapestry, Johanson carefully considered the mood created by colour, texture and form. All of her textiles were created using a flat loom.

Art should either come from compassion or passion, compassion is blind to self, while passion is blind to others. The most important aspect of art is, to me, its emotional impact, because emotions are so repressed in our society.

-Anne Gro Johanson