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I have been so busy reinventing my approach to how I work and what I create. Will resume blogging when the metamorphosis has reached a share worthy level of satisfaction.🌸 Advertisements
It’s feels like so long ago since my last post. Ugh! Anyway — the color study exercise is still fresh in my mind. It actually taught me more than just about how color relates to emotion. It taught me what … Continue reading
Continuing with the color studies, mini fabric collage art quilts took over my studio once again. I didn’t want to spend a lot of time thinking over the work. I wanted it to be an intuitive exercise. These abstract quilts are all … Continue reading
I thought it would be an appropriate time to post my next quilt in the color study series. Red symbolizes love, desire and passion. It exudes vibrant energy and power. Enjoy your day! This is a mini quilt. It is 9″ … Continue reading
It’s a new year! I have a new company name! It is now eclectic cloth. I have been honing my art brand and it has graduated into a more fun design style. Textile collage displaying various themes from love and spirit to pure … Continue reading
The Universe is displayed in color. Vast stretches of vivid spectrums of lightness and darkness. Nature just flows in hues, shades and tints just waiting to be admired. I have always loved color. My boxes of crayola crayons and coloring books used to … Continue reading
I had been on quite a lengthy quest to develop my art brand. What I mean by that is coming up with a signature style so that when the viewer looks at a piece they will know that it is actually my … Continue reading
I’m creating a line of spirit bags. This is one of them. It is made up of raw edge patchwork recycled denim with a butterfly and text transfer. The text was iron-on transferred onto cotton fabric and machine stitched in place. … Continue reading
I am fully sprung for Spring! As I stepped outside, the beauty of some little purple flowers growing beside my house captured me. Purple is one of my favorite colors. I intend to interpret my photo as a quilt.