Posts Tagged: abstract art
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 have finished my fused quilt! I am pleased with how easily it quilted and how flat it finished. The pieces do not look separate and layered…much to my surprise. When I finished the quilting, I thought it
This is a detail image of a quilt I completed a few weeks ago. I have submitted it to a jury, so I do not want to show the entire piece until I know its fate…EITHER accepted or rejected.
It’s a new year and time to get back to the studio. Those of you who know me realize that I have been suffering with arthritis for years. This fall, I had bilateral hip replacement, so I can now move
I realize it is barely summer yet, but this 3D piece says autumn to me. I haven’t titled it…therefore the question mark… I am having a difficult time… I can’t seem to move past the general concept of autumn
SPACE TIME CONTINUUM is finished. I’ve been good about finishing the quilts that needed to be bound and I’ve done some new ones, also. Busy, busy, busy. I’ve been incorporating texture into my quilts, but typically, the pieces are more
I’ve been working on a new series using a different layering style of painting. I layer the circles and then paint the background around them so that they have an ethereal look. This photo is part of a much larger