Posts Tagged: quilting

WHITE LIGHT Hanging Basket

WHITE LIGHT Hanging Basket This is my third hanging basket, White Light, in the Strings Attached series. It is different from the others, both in shape and materials. The armature that supports it is also different in that it has

WHITE LIGHT Hanging Basket

WHITE LIGHT Hanging Basket This is my third hanging basket, White Light, in the Strings Attached series. It is different from the others, both in shape and materials. The armature that supports it is also different in that it has

Solstice x2

The OFF THE WALL exhibit is closing December 14. I would like to share with you the two other textile pieces I created for the show…Winter Solstice and Summer Solstice.  Both pieces are constructed of dyed and painted cheesecloth, driftwood

Solstice x2

The OFF THE WALL exhibit is closing December 14. I would like to share with you the two other textile pieces I created for the show…Winter Solstice and Summer Solstice.  Both pieces are constructed of dyed and painted cheesecloth, driftwood

Sometimes I Go To Pieces

Sometimes I Go To Pieces is a textile construction that started as an experiment but developed into a completed piece. It is on display at the Rotunda Gallery. I was playing with painting or dying canvas, working both wet and

Sometimes I Go To Pieces

Sometimes I Go To Pieces is a textile construction that started as an experiment but developed into a completed piece. It is on display at the Rotunda Gallery. I was playing with painting or dying canvas, working both wet and

Madrid Studio Closing

I am closing my studio in Madrid this summer.  I loved being here, but have been offered a wonderful opportunity to create large textile work for an exhibit in 2018.  I will forgo my retail space in Madrid to work

Madrid Studio Closing

I am closing my studio in Madrid this summer.  I loved being here, but have been offered a wonderful opportunity to create large textile work for an exhibit in 2018.  I will forgo my retail space in Madrid to work

STRUCTURAL DIVERSITY EXHIBIT

Please join me at the Opening Reception April 14 from 4-6 at the Capital Rotunda Gallery in Santa Fe.  I have three quilts in this exhibit and would love to share them with you (one of them is on the

STRUCTURAL DIVERSITY EXHIBIT

Please join me at the Opening Reception April 14 from 4-6 at the Capital Rotunda Gallery in Santa Fe.  I have three quilts in this exhibit and would love to share them with you (one of them is on the

A Pair…Felted and Painted

I found these two pieces lived well together.  The top piece is a felted construction, painted, layered and quilted.  The bottom piece is a yellow/purple combo, with very loosely applied textural dots.  I was hoping the two would sell together,

A Pair…Felted and Painted

I found these two pieces lived well together.  The top piece is a felted construction, painted, layered and quilted.  The bottom piece is a yellow/purple combo, with very loosely applied textural dots.  I was hoping the two would sell together,

A NEW QUILT

   I made this quilt, T.A.L.E….There’s Always Loose Ends, to accompany my paintings in the LIMITED VOCABULARY series.  The background is painted and quilted cotton.  The banners hanging along the front of the quilt are constructed of my own hand

A NEW QUILT

   I made this quilt, T.A.L.E….There’s Always Loose Ends, to accompany my paintings in the LIMITED VOCABULARY series.  The background is painted and quilted cotton.  The banners hanging along the front of the quilt are constructed of my own hand