The name of the lady in the picture is Paulette Peroni - she was a fiber artist
I used to work for her during the last years of her life,
when she needed help to prepare for some solo exhibitions.
She would use any type of technique - weaving, knitting, embroidery, collage, crochet -
and while I was there she used to tell me a lot of stories about her childhood in Egypt,
her French mother and Italian father, her job as translator of sci-fi books,
the International Tapestry Biennale in Lausanne and a lot more about fiber art.
I was trying to put some order in my stuff and I found these negatives,
so I thought it would be nice to share them.
I love the fact that that are a bit dirty and scratched.
They were shot between the '60 and the '70.
...and this last one for my love of yellow and grey: