Art Quilting Studio magazine, look for my quilt.

One of my art quilts appears in Art Quilting Studio’s summer issue. It was released June 1st. I am appreciative and excited to be included. Art Quilting Studio magazine is visually stunning, containing beautiful photos of the quilts, often including closer views of the  details.The content is informative, the kind of information that would be of particular interest to other quilt artists.

Cover of the summer issue 2017                                             Cover of summer issue 2017

The artists selected for inculcation are encouraged to share information about the construction of their quilt. They often include  the techniques, materials and brands that they used, the kind of information that would be of particular interest to other quilt artists.

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Red Egret-late afternoon

Red Egret

As the sun sinks lower in the sky, its rays shimmer as they are reflected off the water. At the water’s edge stands a red Egret. 

I used silk as a backdrop for the initial painting. then thread painted the picture itself. I am especially proud of my egret. It’s plumage contains layers upon layers of different threads to create the depth of color.

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A detailed view of the depth of color in the plumage. Original fiber art  by Barbara Harms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Feature in Art Quilting Studio Magazine

IT’S HERE! My issue of Art Quitting Studio has arrived. I’m in it. Pretty exciting.
Opened it up, and there I was! My quilt and name, a whole 3 pages.
I’m running out and buying several copies, before they change their minds. Do you think 50 will be enough?
Just imagine, if it excites me when I order new business cards, you can imagine how over the top this makes me!

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Here’s the featured article about the making of my art quilt, “60 MPH Sunset.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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