With fiber art quilts, as with any other art form, many wonder “Where did the artist get the idea to create that quilt? Where does inspiration come from?
We set out on a flight in what appeared to be toy plane.
Banish the Dreary Doldrums, Bring the Color of Spring inside. small changes can create a big impact
i This is one of the art quilt I started a little while back “Hot Air Rising”. I thought I’d post the result. This silk painted fiber art quilt is a combination of oranges and dark blue. I threw in a touch of copper and gold metalic. Lately I’ve been just mad for orange andContinue reading “Hot Air Rising”
I’ll be included in a magazine, that’s exciting news!
Been busy last few months. Now I’ve caught my breath, I’ve started a new art quilt.This one is an abstract.
I admit it, I love thrift store shopping. I don’t know why this admission is a bit embarrassing. It’s true, I enjoy it. It’s a treasure hunt, you never know what you’ll find. That’s part of it’s appeal. When you discover something unexpected, that you just love, it feels like you won the prize. These littleContinue reading “Confessions of A Thrift Store Addict”
“Here’s The Finished Quilt” Now that this art quilt is completed, I’m going to share a few more photos of it, in it’s final form. Many of the elements in this quilt will look familiar, because I’ve been posting photos all along, showing it’s progress as I’ve worked on it.
A commisioned art quilt. A flame tree;
I’m posting a few pictures along the way, as I work on my latest art quilt commission. Feel free to look over my shoulder if you’d like to follow my progress along the way. As I mentioned in my last post, this art quilt was commissioned by a psychologist in Australia. The subject she chose was an exotic tree called theContinue reading “A Look Over My Shoulder, Work Continues On My Latest Commission.”
If you’ve noticed I haven’t been around much, lately. I’ve been keeping mighty busy working on a new commission from an Australian psychologist. To She has given me a very interesting project. My client wants a large art quilt with a beautiful Australian tree called a royal poinciana as the subject. I’d never heard ofContinue reading “I Never Knew, So Many Wonderful Things Waiting To Be Discovered”