Bonnie Inouye

A weaver since 1967, Bonnie enjoys creating new drafts, finding new challenges and weaving on computer-assisted looms. Flowing lines, unusual textures, intriguing color blends and woven images characterize her award-winning textiles. She prefers non-repeating designs that read well from a distance while including details for the intimate viewer. She has written many articles for weaving magazines and a book, Exploring Multishaft Design, with a second edition underway. Bonnie has taught for shops, guilds and conferences in nine countries.

'Pushing the limits' artworks title : Daydream
Handwoven AVL loom with Lyocel and cotton yarn. Structure is turned polychrome 3-tie weave using 3 warp yarns and 3 wefts (3 shuttles).
24-shaft floor loom with computer assist using boat shuttles.