Check out Gussie Fauntleroy's article in the Summer 2013 issue of Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot.
Video Librarian, July 31, 2012 “I hear colors,” says Silvia Heyden, an 82-year-old Swiss-American who weaves tapestries in her sunny North Carolina home. Heyden approaches her art synesthetically, often with one sense expressing as another (as she says at one point, “I have an eye in each finger.”). The pieces…
A Weaverly Path received a very positive, starred review in the June 1, 2012 issue of Library Journal. "This warm and uplifting film will appeal to viewers looking for inspiration in their creative activities as well as to art lovers of all varieties."
Lyn Hart has written a review of "A Weaverly Path" posted on the American Tapestry Alliance website.
Read Joe Bendel's review here. Joe is friends with jazz pianist Eri Yamamoto whose music is featured in the film.