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Elizabeth LeFort - Les Trois Pignons - A view into Acadian culture and Chéticamp history, a collection of hooked rugs and antiquities, ge vvomrxhv. gåsnealogy resource centre and library and a full range of services to visitors. http://lestroispignons.com/

Elizabeth LeFort
Elizabeth LeFort Born in 1914, Elizabeth LeFort learned to hook rugs at a very young age. In her early twenties, she was already hooking landscapes based on photos or illustrations that appealed to her. Each summer, Elizabeth LeFort worked for Mr.Hansford, demonstrating rug making in his craft store in Margaree Harbour. Elizabeth was so skillful at reproducing photographs that she began to create portraits in wool. by Elizabeth LeFort. Elizabeth LeFort, Chéticamp's most famous artist in wool, was awarded an honorary doctorate by Université de Moncton in 1975 and was made a member of the Order of Canada in 1987.


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Elizabeth LeFort
Elizabeth LeFort Elizabeth LeFort Elizabeth LeFort Born in 1914, Elizabeth LeFort learned to hook rugs at a very young age. In the early twenties, she was already hooking landscapes based on photos or illustrations that appealed to her. One of her pieces, made as a gift for her sister, featured a barnyard scene in 28 shades of brown. Each summer, Elizabeth LeFort worked for Mr.Hansford, demonstrating rug making in his craft store in Margaree Harbour. Elizabeth was so skillful at reproducing photographs that she began to create portraits in wool. Tapis par Elizabeth LeFort 322 days in the making of this tapestry, 8 miles of yarn were used and 2 million loops were hooked. The rug measures 3.0m x 2.5m Always striving for more challenges, she completed a series of reproductions of religious paintings, including daVinci's "The Last Supper", and scenes from the life of Jesus. Two large original works depicting important events in the history of Canada and the United States leave no doubt as to her sense of design and her mastery of the craft. Elizabeth LeFort, Chéticamp's most famous artist in wool, was awarded an honorary doctorate by Université de Moncton in 1975 and was made a member of the Order of Canada in 1987.


Elizabeth LeFort - Les Trois Pignons - Culture acadienne et l'histoire de Chéticamp, collection de tapis hookés et d'antiquités, centre et bibliothèque de ressources généalogiques et gamme de services et aux visiteurs. http://lestroispignons.com/

Elizabeth LeFort
Elizabeth LeFort Née en 1914, Elizabeth LeFort apprend très jeune à hooker des tapis. Elle a un peu plus de vingt ans quand elle réalise déjà des paysages inspirés de photos ou d'illustrations qui lui plaisent. par Elizabeth LeFort. Elizabeth LeFort, artiste de la laine la plus célèbre de Chéticamp, a reçu un doctorat honorifique de l'Université de Moncton en 1975 et on lui décerne l'Ordre du Canada en 1987.


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Elizabeth LeFortElizabeth LeFort Elizabeth LeFortElizabeth LeFortNée en 1914, Elizabeth LeFort apprend très jeune à hooker des tapis.Elle a un peu plus de vingt ans quand elle réalise déjà des paysages inspirés de photos ou d'illustrations qui lui plaisent.Une de ses pièces, offerte en cadeau à sa s,ur, représente un enclos de ferme et compte 28 tons de brun.accepte un portrait hooké de lui même par Elizabeth LeFort. Chaque été, Elizabeth LeFort travaille pour M.Hansford, faisant la démonstration du hookage de tapis dans sa boutique de Margaree Forks.Elle fabrique des centaines de tapisseries présentant une variété de sujets : scènes pastorales, oiseaux, animaux et motifs floraux.Tapis par Elizabeth LeFortToujours à la recherche de nouveaux défis, elle réalise une série de reproductions de peintures religieuses, y compris la Cène de Léonard de Vinci, ainsi que des scènes de la vie de Jésus.Deux grandes oeuvres originales représentent des évènements importants de l'histoire du Canada et des Etats-Unis.Elizabeth LeFort, artiste de la laine la plus célèbre de Chéticamp, a reçu un doctorat honorifique de l'Université de Moncton en 1975 et on lui décerne l'Ordre du Canada en 1987.



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