28 May 2013

Wordless Wednesday

Lone Star by Ken Morrow

Tessellation 2 by Linda Schwartz

Kaleidoscope Stars by Ulrike Tillmans

Prism by Liz Piatt

London Park by Linda Toeniskoetter

Bella Donna by Barbara Stover



Port-au-Prince by Rebecca Fellows

Black Magic by Valeta Hensley

15 comments :

  1. These are positively beautiful!

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    1. Thanks, MJ! Although I just snapped the photos. I did not create these beauties. Information about each quilt (and the wood sculpture at the top!) is available in the mouseover.

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  2. Some of them are really trippy if you stare at them long enough, nice designs

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    1. I agree, Pat. To me, that's one of the marks of a fine quilt... the ability to take your mind on a trip when you stare at the design long enough!

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  3. So many fantastic shapes and colors! Very pretty artwork :)

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    1. Yes, Cat, these quilters are really something, aren't they???

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  4. No matter the medium, art is art!

    Blessings always dear friend.

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    1. How true, Stitchy. This is one form I absolutely love!

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  5. I love the colors and shapes on some of these. Especially that one in the middle that looks "electrical" :)

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    1. Yes, Catsynth, the colors and shapes really draw in the viewer.

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  6. That first one in wood is so cool!

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    1. I'm with you, Marigold! That one blew me away!

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  7. Such overwhelming creativity - what amazing things people do with fabric! (And wood.)

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