Abstract pieces find a way to depict emotions and narratives in ways we are not used to seeing. Much of my contemporary quilt art is designed and crafted in the abstract style. Most pieces are sewn by hand, and I incorporate various colors, patterns, and textures to best communicate the concepts and emotions of a piece.
Using a Japanese color palette, I created this piece after the Tsunami of 2011
Divisions in the USA are amplified through the media.
Cracking apart, birth, growth, seeds, shifting, decay, ever changing
There is smoke and fire, with multiple hot spots. Interpretations can be political and environmental.
Symbiosis in the backyard pond, voices in a choir, or sexual intercourse.
Read about my process for creating this dramatic piece in blog post I Don’t get it
Blog post Show and Tell explains the inspiration for this piece.
Rain has a magical effect on the hills, making them turn green.
We often feel hope and fear at the same time, especially during a pandemic and a presidential election. Read more in blog post Narrative.
Read about this art quilt in my blog post Conceptual Art.
Pockets, Plaid, and Polka Dots – to name a few – of my favorite things. Narrative blog post
There is a lot to take care of, and not enough time to take care of ourselves.