Most people don't beleive that this "tapestry" came into being with nothing more than some organza and a low wattage soldering iron. It's true.
Using 4 - 9 layers of multicolored translucent organza, I use a metal guide (in this case a dough slicer) with a fine tipped soldering iron to make the patterns. The soldering iron both textuizes and fuses at the same time. No sewing. No glue. No mess. But I do use a respirator. The symbols for the 4 directions were made with very thick embellishment glue on a non stick surface. Then I used either metal foil or 23k gold.
You can't see it, but the sides are bound and held in place with thick copper wire embelished with fine brass wire.
Inspiration: the Movie of the same title by Luc Besson.
Art and image copyright 2009 by Suzie Wolfer- all rights reserved.