I Had A Little Idea


When making these art quilts, I had an idea,”Why not make several differentΒ framed art quilts,Β each one unique, yet designed to be hung together as a grouping?”. Sold together as a group, it would make an attractive display on the wall.Β 

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bO Hopping

Excited to share this item from my #etsy shop: A Bohemian eclectic painted cabinet.Bold Boho style. SOLD. #livingroom #chalkpainted #bohocabinet #bohemiandecor #homedecor #boho S#bohemianeclectic #blue #pink https://etsy.me/33uDW8w

I HAVE MORE For SALE Or will do consignments. Contact via email, be sure to include the info in preview bar that this is a inquiry about items for sale or you have interest in a particular item for sale. Otherwise it won’t be opened.

Here is another available piece.It is painted in a strong BoHo blue; with variations in color- It has subtle straiations of turqoise green blened in and some more noticeable touches of turquoise green. It’s made with BRIGHT COLORs OF STAIN, called dragon’s spit. Very whimsical. If you’d prefer I can also punch up the color palette to create a brighter paint effect.

The BoHo furniture style is often vintage furniture, Vintage feel as much furniture in Bohemian room design tend to be vintage mismatched furniture. With this piece you have a much newer well made, solid pie

Nature Gallery

A few of my art quilts with a theme of nature, from birds, flowers to landscapes.

β€œMoon glow”
The inspiration for this art quilt was taken from a the photo I took. the scene was so dramatic. I painted the silk, laying a foundation to build on. The next step was appliquΓ©, adding many branches on many and details. Finally I used thread painting to finish the composition.
A trio of art quilts made to go together, without being too matchy matchy. A cottage daisy theme. The frames were refinished to have a worn appearance, like they just washed up on the beach.
A silk painted art quilt, appliquΓ© used and extensive thread painting.
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About My Work

I can’t remember a time in my life, when it wasn’t filled with art. I was a painter most of my adult life. When exposed to a new art form, art quilting, it was a perfect fit.

My love of painting painting could be combined with techniques used in quilting, expanding my creative choices. Offering new directions to explore. It was exciting.

The greatest appeal for me in creating art is the creative process. The work takes a direction all it’s own. Following where it leads can be surprising. I love that element of surprise!

When I’m especially pleased with a art quilt I’ve finished, I can’t wait to show someone.

I feel like a 6 year old running home from school with his artwork in hand, he can’t wait to show Mom!

When I’m excited a art I’ve just finished, I’m like that 6 year old. And I’m smiling like the Cheshire cat!

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