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(Tucker) Burns, Tracy C.
Fiber Artist (View Portfolio)
House on the Hill Rug Hooking Studio
8055 Caldwell Rd.
Connersville, IN 47331
765-478-9539 Burns
Traditional Hand Hooked Rugs is not Latch Hook, but where latch hook, punch needle & locker hooking originated. Hand hooked Rugs are a form on Fiber Folk Art that can be traced back to the 1850's in America but can be traced back to the Vikings in Canada & Europe. Proverbs 31:13 She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. (kjv) 1Peter 4:10 God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of Spiritual Gifts use them well to serve one another. (NLT)
ARTIST BIO Tracy Burns was born in Kendallville, IN (Noble County) in 1970. She and her husband, John (born in Fayette Co.) have lived in the Connersville area since 1996. They have a 14 year old daughter, Amaya. Tracy has been teaching the Art of Traditional Rug Hooking to beginner and intermediate students since 2001. Her commitment to sharing her knowledge with others comes from years of study with teachers, craftsmen and artists of many disciplines from across the country. With a trained understanding of styles, methods and advanced techniques, she has taught classes at her home in Wayne County Indiana, area churches, District 7 Indiana Extension Homemakers Retreat, The Henry County Arts Center and the Jay County Fiber Fest. Tracy has won many awards for her work in the past 15 years as well as appearing in the International ATHA Magazine/Newsletter. Her work has been exhibited at The Henry County Arts Center, the Whitewater Valley Arts Association, Richmond Art Museum(RAM) and many arts and Crafts groups in the Midwest. Her work has also been apart of the Fayette and Wayne County Fairs, Indiana State Fair, Sauder Village International Rug Show, and ATHA Biennial International Rug Show. Tracy's love of sharing the Art of Rug Hooking has taken her to demonstrations and Presentations at schools, churches, historical museums, service clubs, arts associations, libraries, festivals, quilt shows, fairs in numerous counties across Indiana and Ohio. For Tracy, Rug Hooking is a creative, meditative and communal endeavor that can be shared with everyone.
Services Offered
  • Education presentations to schools, community organizations
  • Teach Art Form
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
  • Commission Works
  • Doing demonstrations
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Assisting in Planning Arts Events
1st and 3rd Mondays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:30 - 3:30 / Thursdays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Please call to let me know how many students to prepare for.) Other times avalible by appointment.
Beginner and Intermediate classes. Cost is $106.00 = 4 Two hour classes, All materials to complete your project. (hand drawn pattern on an 18" x 18" backing, all wool to complete project, hook, 12" hoop, binding tape, angled scissors, notebook and pin for taking notes and handouts on technique for reference. 5 different projects for beginners to choose from.
Wise & Watchful-is 22" x 22" made with 3/32" & 1/8" wide strips of hand dyed wool on a rug warp backing. This piece was adapted from a National Georaphic photo by Steve Kaufman-Nature Photography. He gave me permission to use his image for this rug. It has won 3 awards and was a finalist out of 250 rugs from around the world for the 2010 Celebrations XX(a Rug Hooking Magazine publication)
Waving Flag is a primitive piece using mixed cuts as well as mixed colors to form the stripes. This was designed by a friend in the Puckihuddlers Guild. (Jan Adler). I fell in love with the design and had to hook it.
This rose is primitive in cut and in the use of textures. There is 7 shades of color in the rose itself. The strips are 3/16" wide and cut from different plaids of wool. The backing is Fine linen.
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