“Found in Translation”

In February of 2012 the Artistic Circle of Venice presented a very special exhibit at the Palazzo delle Prigione adjoining the Doge’s Palace in Venice Italy. The exhibit featured intricate tapestries that were transformed from Stewart’s original images. Working in collaboration with master weaver Caryn Conaway of North Carolina Stewart’s images were translated into one of a kind weavings. The images you will view in this section are from the event.

For more information on the tapestries please contact the studio.

  • Stewart on the Rialto Bridge
  • Banner for the exhbition
  • Inside the prigione gallery
  • Gallery interior
  • The Doge's Palace in San Marco
  • Typical Venetian street scene
  • Banner Outside The Gallery
  • Canrival Crowds Pass The Gallery
  • Close Up Of Feather Mask Tapestry
  • Four Of The Carnival Mask Tapestries
  • Gondolas Passing In Fron The Prigione Gallery
  • Logn Carefully To The Right And You Will See The Red Banner And The Gallery!!
  • One Of The Two Rooms Showing The Tapestries
  • Stewart And His Work
  • Stewart At The Exhibit
  • Stewart In Front Of The
  • Stewart In Venice
  • The Gallery At The Prigione In Venice
  • The Opening Day Of The Exhibit Crowds From The Last Day Of Carnival
  • The Workshop Gang From The 2012 Photo Trip To Venice
  • Three Of The Tapestries Hanging Below A Painter By An Italian Master
  • Two Of The Woven Tote Bags At The Exhibit
  • Venice Poster.small.size
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