This is a must-see for anyone interested in fibre arts. Having seen the Bayeux tapestry many years ago, this one is much more meaningful to me personally. The volunteers who have donated their time and effort are to be commended.
A must see attraction for all visitors and residents of New Ross. Our guide was very knowledgeable and thorough with her presentation of the different tapestries depicting the local history. the tapestries are magnificent - it takes 5 years to complete just one! Upstairs is the workshop where you can add a stitch to a tapestry. really fantastic how the... 更多
My friend and I went to see the Ros Tapestry Exhibition and were so glad we did. We both sew, embroider and do needle crafts, and found the panels to be works of art. The panels were stunning and the written history handout was very helpful. As others have said, it's a remarkable history lesson. The volunteers working the front... 更多
Absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful hand work created with pride and love! A must see! The ladies at the exhibit were full of info about the panels and history represented. They also took part in stitching the panels. Very friendly and helpful. These embroidered panels are exquisite works of art! Glad I experienced it!
I saw the Bayeaux tapestry over 20 years ago and it blew me away but nothing like the whirlwind the Ros Tapestries created in me.Here is a true Irish masterpiece ,combining art,embroidery,co-operation, colour and historical narrative.I felt the characters were about to jump out at me.A skillful and brillant exhibition of a very important part of our histoty.DO NOT miss... 更多
I worked as a stitcher on the Ros Tapestry, so maybe I'm a bit biased..........but everyone who viewed these beautiful tapestries are absolutely amazed at the history and detail involved on each panel. I am so proud and honoured to have been part of this beautiful exhibition which has taken many years of work by loyal stitchers and the patience... 更多
This is a 15 panel Tapestry exhibition that depicts the history of the area during Medieval period in Ireland. The panels where started in 1998 with over 180 volunteers, men and women from the area working over that period. The final two panels are near completion and can be seen as a working part of the exhibition. You are invited... 更多