I installed a new system to display my quilts in the studio. This rack was originally used to organize architectural plans, but serves my purpose beautifully. I still have some quilts hung separately on the walls, but this “rack” allows
My newest felt construction mounted on a 12×24 gallery canvas. I left the irregular edges to extend beyond the face of the canvas. I cut each section, painted some of them, and layered the felt pieces three to four deep.
I am continuing to use felt in different iterations. This time, quilted, layered, stitched and woven, mounted on a gallery canvas. The weaving is so inticing…let’s go larger! Happy Holidays…from the studio
I completed this piece today, CIRCLE OF GROWTH. It is done using the same method as the previous pieces, but this piece is 20×20 inches square. It is cut, painted and quilted felt. Not seen in this photo, it is
I hung some new work in the studio today. I have been experimenting with felt and stitching and painting and cutting and quilting AND “embroidering”…and viola! Most of these pieces are six inches square, mounted on canvas, and sold
I created a few small feathered pieces and presented them in shadow box frames…what fun! This one is gone, but there are a few new ones in the making… from my Madrid studio
I have a new studio space in Madrid, New Mexico! I spent the summer traveling, thanks to my wonderful new hips, and finding a new space to use as a studio and small gallery. I have been in this