I create figurative artwork and cartoons that are presented as contemporary quilt art. No matter what style I am using, the quilt art has fabrics and themes in common. I show relationships, precious ordinary moments, impermanence, gratitude, repetition, and response. These pieces are often inspired by reference photos I have personally taken. I craft each piece using commercial and hand-painted fabrics, fusing, machine applique, and quilting. I alter fabrics with paint, markers, and thread.
I discuss this art in my blog post of Feb. 2023 Picnic
Sky, wind, and horizon. This piece is owned by the state of Wyoming.
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We interpret and share our reality with our phones. Digital info is stored in the cloud. In a different century, the norm was using a sun umbrella at the park.
Children stay busy as the water flows over steps, filling the basin, draining away, and starting again
By design, the newest product is sexy and seems necessary, but will be soon outdated.
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Getting hands dirty is good for the soul.
I create contemporary art quilts in a cartoon style. These are a response to the times we live in. I explore both silly and serious ideas.
I created this piece just as the pandemic was beginning in the USA. There was a lot of denial going on. The steep curve represents the covid cases in Italy at that time.
Plant. Water. Harvest. Do it all while wearing a terrific blue hat!
I talk about this piece in my blog post of Aug. 2021 called Construction.