Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Quilting Arts Challenge

The fabric paper quilt took me forever to finish, in fact I was still working on it just before I photographed it to enter in the QA challenge. Happily it was chosen for the True Colors exhibit.
The beginnings of this piece are a few posts back. The diptych is a digital image of Kino Blue boulders that reside in our backyard. Lots of techniques in this piece that I plan to write up in a tutorial for ExpressionStudio.

Quote: Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.
Erich Fromm

3 comments:

Val Foster said...

Gail, this work is just GORGEOUS! Seriously. I want to reach out and touch it, the texture is so rich. (Actually, I want to reach out and snatch it for me.) Kudos to you for this great art work and for being accepted into the quilt show. You should be very proud of yourself.

MargaretR said...

What a lovely blog you have? It's no wonder your paper quilt was chosen. Congratulations, it's fantastic.

Patsy said...

This is a beautiful piece!!! Congrats for QA