That the quilting adventure for today would include sitting on the floor of the City Quilter with this delightful quilter/artist? Well it did. Melly and I spent about 2 hours at the City Quilter looking at her printed fabric, talking patterns and trying out solids that might pair well. I ooohed and ahhed, Oh Melly!… Continue reading Who knew?
In sharing yesterday's art homework on my blog post Wherein I copy Debby's homework. Truth is I didn't really copy Debby's homework. I did my own homework. I did my own homework and I like it. After finishing the first piece, title "Name" I kept going. Just to add a bit of commentary I… Continue reading Fantastic Art “Name” and “Woman”
Debby told on herself yesterday and I'm being a bit of a copycat (this is a bit of an inside joke between the two of us, for our own amusement) today and just coming right out with it. I'm taking Introduction to Art: Concepts & Techniques on Coursera. Debby first introduced me to Coursera by… Continue reading Wherein I copy Debby’s homework
I'm going to make a bit of a confession here. It's challenging to admit this because although in thinking about it my facebook postings while I was in the middle of quilting "@play" gave a clear indication of where I was headed at the time. I kept talking about the quilt as "the unruly teenager"… Continue reading @play a bit behind the scenes and the full quilt
I really like to see how quilters and artists interpret things. My first impression of the quilt on the left is that of a dart board. But no, this is not a dart board, it's Ezekiels Wheel. It's beautiful. I love how Julia "robbed Peter to pay Paul" to create the wheel. The colors are… Continue reading AQS Lancaster part 2