One evening last summer as my husband & I were looking up at the moon, it was particularly luminous that night and peeking out from behind the branches of several trees.. One long look & we ran for the cameras. Shots were taken from every angle. My husband wanted a good photo. I was “think’n” quilt”.
A new new art quilt and a silk painting from fiber artist Barbara Harms. Natural themes, a beautiful red egret stand at the water’s edge. The turquoise water sparkles and glimmers as the light of late afternoon is reflects from the water. The other is a impressionist style silk painting of a soft dreamy garden.
The hollyhocks are are coming right along, Here’s my progress report for my time lapse quilt for 2/16/2014. I’ll give a few photos leading up to today’s progress., if anyone is just seeing this for the first time. It will make it a time lapse. Progress 2/16/2014 I have finished most of flowers and andContinue reading “Fast Foward”
This is a time lapse of photos, following this piece of fiber art as it takes shape and become a real piece of art. A few photos along the way, it is a mixed media work, so I used some non quilty methods.
I started my Time Lapse art quilt on Jan, 19. We’ll see how long making an art quilt takes me. Here is the first progress report.
Today is Jan. 27th, Here’s where I am at. It may show, but a lot of work has been done.
An editor stops by my empty Etsy shop. I’m mortified she sees it in such an empty state. Must make quilts, make quilts-no Facebook for you Barbara! Here’s one I’ve just started, if you want to follow it from beginning to end. So why not make a game of it? Time me, let’s see howContinue reading “Time Lapse Art Quilt Begins”
It really is pretty, and you can’t tell. I have taken a few more photos and done a few tweaks.
It has such dazzling glittery threads, that just don’t show up in photos. To illustrate the differences
between the actual quilt and the picture of the quilt, I made a list
Oregon does receive a small amount of snow occasionally, slows down traffic, People stay in Schools are often closed for a day or two, disappointing all of our children. I don’t have to tell you that, we all know how much those little nippers love school.
I’ve started two new garden quilts. They may both have garden themes, but they are polar
opposites. So here is a preview of these 2 unfinished garden art quilts. See what you think.
I think you will can get an inkling of the direction I am heading with each one.
So hear we go…
Here is my latest quilt, just finished and posted on Etsy. I know you’ve seen it, a few peeks here and there. I hand painted the silk then added a bit of applique. and then the thread painting commenced. As I mentioned somewhere [was it here? I don’t know] I don’t design any of myContinue reading “Two Daisies, I’m Just Having Some Fun”
Just got a notification that the magazine Fiber Art Now has posted 2 sf my quilts on their FB page in the category “Work we like”.
It’s nice to receive a nod of approval. Thanks Fiber Art Now.
I’m on a garden art quilt rampage, or I think I may be doing what is called “trending”, but on a personal level. Honestly, I’m not entirely convinced,I have it right, there are so many new phrases that just go over my head.> For example, hash tags? What on earth are they? N0 clue, I likely stand out like a sore thumb, “What on earth is that woman talking about ?”.