Taking stock and regrouping are familiar activities this time of year. After going through my inventory I have identified four older art quilts that I think need new permanent homes. Each has its own story, some have travelled to places near and far, and all of them are still great representatives of my art. They are listed in the online store at reduced prices for the month of January.
Blurring the lines came to be after a stenciling attempt gone wrong. The pattern was still compelling and enforced my belief that you can find beauty in almost everything. It was included in the juried SAQA regional group exhibit Tarnish, at VisArts Gallery, Rockville, Maryland, in May 2014. 38" x 26".
Branching out is a reflection of the reoccurrence of patterns and colors that appear in nature. This quilt was selected for Nature in Craft, an invitational group exhibit at Wayne Art Center, in Wayne, PA, in December 2013. 53" x 26".
Tree lines depicts screen printed versions of a tree branch, photographed on a winter walk in the woods near where I live. 40" x 35".
I'll be happy to provide additional images or answer any questions you have about these quilts. Should they happen to call your name…