Posts Tagged: quilted vessel

Carrying On II

This is the second piece in the Carrying On series, based on the parfleche cylinder shape. It is probably most recognizable as a tribute to a Native utensil because of its presentation and the suede fringe. My concept for the

Carrying On II

This is the second piece in the Carrying On series, based on the parfleche cylinder shape. It is probably most recognizable as a tribute to a Native utensil because of its presentation and the suede fringe. My concept for the

Hanging Basket no. 4

I spent the past week finalizing the designs for a few of my mixed media textile pieces. I put together certain elements and am working toward the completion of at least two pieces. Above is a detail view of the

Hanging Basket no. 4

I spent the past week finalizing the designs for a few of my mixed media textile pieces. I put together certain elements and am working toward the completion of at least two pieces. Above is a detail view of the

A New Quilted Vessel

This vessel is finished and I’m on way way with another one.  NIGHTFALL has been accepted into the SAQA New Mexico show, Beyond Tradition, at the Hubbard Museum in Ruidoso, NM, opening this spring.   I also have some other

A New Quilted Vessel

This vessel is finished and I’m on way way with another one.  NIGHTFALL has been accepted into the SAQA New Mexico show, Beyond Tradition, at the Hubbard Museum in Ruidoso, NM, opening this spring.   I also have some other