Here are some wonderful links to rug hooking-related topics:
This is Abby Chapple's Web site. "It is designed to be an advocate for new, alterernative, or different possibilities for rug hooking." Her gallery of rugs is amazing.
This site is Lori LaBerge's, a contemporary fiber artist. You will find a gallery or her rugs (done in a slide show). There are three categories: geometrics, landscapes, and architecture. Very interesting interpretations, and I love her use of color.
This is the site of fiber artist Liz Alpert Fay, whose work is pictured in my last post. Of particular note is a page on her site with an article from the premier issue of Fiber Arts Now magazine. The article is about Liz and is quite extensive with loads of wonderful photos. I love the rug with the log in the center! I have a log I've been "drying out" for about two years. Makes me see some other possibilities for my "hunk of wood!" There is also a glimpse into her art studio.
Do click on the link for Fiber Arts Magazine. Their site is quite interesting, also.