While many of us who use fiber techniques when we do beadwork, there was an artist and teacher at the Bead and Button Show who uses a loom to create masterworks of beading. I was fortunate to take a class from Judy Walker in small bead looming. I loved it and loved her clever "paper clip" loom which eliminates the need for lots and lots of sewing in of warp threads. Judy had some of her work with her and allowed me to take pictures. These are amazing pieces. All of them were done on a traditional bead loom with lots of thread to cope with afterward. The sizes were about 18" x 24" except for the "rose window" which was about 20" square. The red rug has 47, 695 beads according to Judy and she should know since she would have picked them up one by one. This type of beadwork is definitely not for the impatient and faint of heart!
You can look for some loomed beadwork in the gallery in the future but not in this size or complexity! This type of exposure to new ideas and techniques is why many of us go to conferences.