I have been working on more of these smaller ColorForm quilts lately. As you can see, I love orange! Using just a few colors and shapes can be challenging, but interesting in these quilts. As the summer continues to be busy, it is nice to work on something challenging, yet small enough to handle in a short amount of time. One more quilt waits for machine quilting before summer ends.
These two quilts are almost done-they need bindings. The top is ColorForm 20-16"H x 24"W, and the other is ColorForm 19-15"H x 21 "W. In all the activities of summer, I have been working on bigger quilts to enter in shows with deadlines coming up in the fall, and took time to make more of these ColorForm quilts. I have sold quite a few of these over the last year, and wanted to use some fabric I have recently dyed. I have 2 more to machine quilt,and 2 other quilts a little bigger to finish. It is not so agonizing to machine quilt these little ones!
As a musician and fiber artist, I see melody in color, rhythm in shape, and harmony in the stitched lines that join them. I hand dye my fabric to create my own palette of colors. These colorful, textured fabrics are cut by hand, without a ruler, and sewn by machine to create abstract art quilts based on simple shapes and unexpected colors. Please email me with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org