Dalsheimer’s documentary is an intricately woven texture of images, words and music as contemplative and lyrical as any one of Heyden’s own works. Filmed over the course of a year, nothing about this production is hurried. The experiences of life, which shape a life, are both gradually revealed and poignantly evident as the seasons change and time moves on… rendering this inspiring portrait all the stronger and deeper for that. Like Heyden’s life and work, this is a documentary of considerable integrity.
– Sue Lawty
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A Weaverly Path
62 minutes | hd | 16×9 | color | ntsc | English w/English subtitles
A wonderful film for anyone interested in understanding the value of a creative life well lived. The film reflects the rhythm of weaving — a slowing down that leads to a deep seeded peace and joy. And it draws us in, to experience a perspective sorely needed in this era of seemingly endless distractions. I especially recommend A Weaverly Path to college and high school level Art Schools, as well as to Fiber Art Guilds and appreciators of fine craft.
– Claire Campbell Park, author of “Creating with Reverence; Art, Diversity, Culture and Soul”
By the end of this absorbing portrait of the artist – marked by gorgeous camerawork and thoughtful editing – viewers begin to truly see Heyden’s interconnected world of beauty, sound, and movement. Highly recommended!
– Video Librarian
This sensitive and fascinating portrait reveals the union of creative mind and creative hands that is the sum of Heyden’s work
We are happy to be offering Silvia Heyden’s book, The Making of Modern Tapestry as part of a DVD/Book bundle. Learn more here.
– Joan Baxter, Tapestry Weaver
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