Friday, December 5, 2008

printmaking inspiration

I attended a VAST (Visual Art Society of Texas) meeting last night. The speaker was printmaker, Brett Dyer, a TWU graduate and instructor at Tarrant County College in Arlington. I enjoyed seeing his work and I imagined several quilts as he showed his work.

I also noticed a sweet little square signature, i think it's called a "chop", on the Quilting Arts Calendar December page. The artist is Marjorie A. DeQuincy. The quilt is “Bloom Anew” based on The Joy Luck Club.

That reminds me... I had my graphic design logo from the 80’s made into a rubber stamp. You may see it in some future quilts.

1 comment:

Deborah Boschert said...

That rubber stamp is super cool. It definitely has potential in future quilts. You can order amazing personalized chops from here.