|In Dreams I Learned to Swim|
In Dreams I Learned to Swim is a homage to my beloved Susquehanna River. It's a large quilt, at 60"high by 80" wide, and features a needlefelted and stitched panel centered on a background quilt made from my hand printed and painted fabrics. It spent last summer at the State Museum of Pennsylvania as part of the Art of the State exhibit. If any of my local friends missed it there, or want to revisit it, here's your chance.
Japanese Anemone is my latest work, just revealed on my last blog post. It features cyanotype prints, vintage embroidery, and hand painted and commercial fabrics. It's 40"h x 46"w.
The AQS Quiltweek event will be held at the Lancaster County Convention Center from March 16 - 19, 2016. It's my hometown show, so I am thrilled and honored to once again have the opportunity to be a part of it. Perhaps I'll see you there!
Structures gallery, and read all about the works in progress and their subsequent travels by clicking on the Watt & Shand tab in the top header.
|Watt & Shand #1|