Lenore Kantor Tetkowski has been a fiber artist since she first sat at a loom in the early 1940's.  Over the past 70 years, she has produced a large body of work on a wide variety of looms ranging from simple cardboard devices to inkle looms to complex floor looms, never tiring of the infinite possibilities that the process of weaving provides. Over her long career as an art teacher, she has introduced hundreds of students to the tactile experience of handling yarn and the slow labor intensive process of weaving which stands in stark contrast to our high-speed digital world.  The Society of Domestic Museology is pleased to show two of her three-dimensional woven works.