21st CENTURY ART, C.E. - B. C.


...the geometry is the light...

NEEDLEPOINT



Linda Tomback



GODDESSES SPIN AND WEAVE, THE THREADS OF LIFE APPEAR AND DISAPPEAR.






I Didn't Follow the Directions, Study in Blue 12 1/2 x 16 1/2", 1987



Linda Tomback, the appreciator, connoisseur par excellence of others' work says she is unable to find any creative lineage in her bones. However, she creates from time to time out of whole cloth, so to speak, extraordinary improvisational designs in needlepoint, collage, and "pages" too often burnt to ash. She has spent the last twenty-eight years savouring San Francisco, from the pool joints of the Tenderloin to elegant dinners atop Nob Hill, from the Fior d'Italia in North Beach to the Japanese Cultural Center in the Western Addition. She is presently writing her memoirs From My Easychair: How I Turned an Ordinary Life Into an Extraordinary Experience



Tomback is in the process of developing a Website. In the meantime, she can be contacted via:


tomback@hotmail.com







21st Century Art, C.E. - B.C., A Context



Copyright © Jan Haag 2000
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED




Jan Haag may be reached via e-mail: jhaag@u.washington.edu




BY JAN HAAG


MUSIC + POETRY + TEXTILE ART + TRAVEL + ESSAYS + FICTION

INTRODUCTION + HAAG'S BIO



21st CENTURY ART, C.E. - B.C., A Context