As promised, I’ll share a few more quilts from the big MQX show. Did I mention last post, that there seemed to be more quilts with glimmer and shimmer? I had to find out which methods were used.
As many people around the Portland area are aware, the MQX West show opened this week. It was everything I had hoped for and then some. I am sharing my impressions and photos of some of my favorite quilts. Two installments to cover it all.
Marion Barnett, is a Scottish born fiber artist, who now resides in the UK., interview to post nrxt week, keep on the lok out for it.
A poem from granbee. She started writing as a senior, with the perception gained frome experience and observation of a lifetime..
MOHAWK CUT PRANCING PAST THE MOUSSED AND SPRAYED
Have you ever wanted to learn the intimadating art of dying fabric? I know that if you’re a quilt artist , you probley would, that’s if you arn’t already proficent at it
Thanks again to Diannajessie for a mention on her blog.I appreciate it much.
Originally posted on Diannajessie:
If the thread painting of Barbara Harms’ blog and Ellen Anne Eddy inspired you – take a look further at Cheryl Bridgart – My mother saw some of her work at the Sydney Quilt show earlier this year and was fascinated by it. She too Paints with…
Here’s the latest art quilt I’ve been working on, like a busy little bee. love the wild abandon , the bold color. I gave myself permission go with my inclinations. It was made with the intention of a companion piece that harmonized with my last abstract quilt, “Down the Rabbit Hole”.
As you may have knticed I have a lot of photos included in my art quilt blog pages, this is ovbously because I enjoy photographty and I enjoy making art quilts as well. I am sure you are all aware that I will soom be opening my my art web site. I’ll give more details later.
I plan on keeping my etsy shop open to carry all sorts of non art items