Here is my tapestry flamingo checking out the backyard.
This is an experimental piece woven in tiny squares of color so the image up close is pixelated. It gets clearer as you step back from the tapestry. It's a couple feet high and about 10 to 11 inches wide woven with yarns entirely from my stash.
I was hoping for an impressionist look...like the Monet painting. That turned out to be much more difficult that I thought it would. With tapestry there is a high level of commitment to the color woven into the tapestry since changing the colors later is not as easy to do as with oils. With paint its easy to simply paint over the color which was not quite right with a new one. With this tapestry I discovered it would not be until perhaps 2-3 inches later that I would discover a certain color was not quite the right one...
Since its woven in tiny squares of color; four round trips around three warp ends...I can carefully remove a color that is not quite right and replace with another. So now I am in the tweaking stage; improving on the color selection in both the background and the image.
A bit more tweaking is in order... but no more for today...my flamingo needs a rest.