Various quilts that just don’t fit into any other category. The Kitchen Sink, as it were.
Fibonacci Study in Blue and Orange – I bought an interesting set of gradient, hand-dyed fabrics at a quilt show years ago, and and couldn’t decide what to do with it, until I started thinking about evolution of ideas and shapes. Completed in 2018, 31″ x 39″. On display at Arrowhead Gallery and Studios. $420
Dreamwing – Inspired by one of my favorite poems by Verna Sheard. Completed in 2018, 37″ x 29″. On display at Arrowhead Gallery and Studios. $385
Falling In Sleep – a large ‘string’ quilt, made entirely of scraps. The concept behind it is that, as you fall asleep (moving from the top to the bottom of the quilt, from consciousness to deep sleep) you move from chaotic, bright, unorganized thoughts, to deep, still, rhythmic blues. Twin bed size. Completed around 2018. $900
Quilt For Hajime – I made this one for my Japanese nephew many years ago, using antique hand-dyed Ikat fabric from Japan. The center graphic is the logo for his home town of Takicho (which has been renamed and no longer exists as such). The surrounding characters (which I mistakenly put in the wrong order) translates roughly to ‘blow like clouds, flow like water’ or, ‘go with the flow’. Machine pieced, hand-quilted. Private Collection
Oscar’s Swimming Hole, Graybeard Trail, Montreat NC ~ This is a portrait of my friend David’s Plott hound Oscar, aka ‘Tuddi’, completed in 2010. My first attempt to recreate a photograph. Machine pieced, then hand appliqued and embroidered. About 3 feet by 4 feet. Original photo below. This quilt won a Merit Award for Most Appealing Animal Imagery at the 2011 Asheville Quilt Show. On display at Arrowhead Gallery and Studios. $480