I started this little (10x15") acrylic ink piece in Judy Coates Perez' surface design class at IQA Houston last fall. I sponge-painted the background and cut freezer paper stencils for the coffee cups. I used a dry brush to paint around the edges of the cups and added detail with fabric markers and a white Prismacolor pencil. I still need to quilt this one.
I found this felted wool bag in a thrift shop. I'm looking for the right handles for it.
I stenciled dandelion leaves on this 18x18" piece of dyed sateen.
After I quilt it, I'll stencil the words below...
and embroider some dandelion puffs.
This will be "One Fish" in my fish series.
Lots of coral and sponges need to be added to the sea floor. 17x19.5"
Here's my entry to the Dallas Quilt Show's Words and Letterform category.
Still need to bind it, label it and sew on the rod pocket. 57x39"
I painted sateen with thickened Procion dye in 1992 for a kimono.
This will be the third small "Just Crabby" quilt made with the upcycled Kimono fabric. 18x18".
This was the back of the kimono, I'm still wondering how to finish it. 28x50"
This is a manipulated photo of Lorraine Kuehnel's cat Hazel. She is a grey kitty. I added the color and had her inkjet printed on muslin. I need to quilt her next. 18x18"
"Dragonflies at the Pond" is inspired by a poem of the same name by Richard Schinzel for the Merging Visions Exhibition. I hand-dyed cotton sateen for the background and added dyed cheesecloth to represent the pond's edge. The dragonflies, water bug, cattails and lotus are fused to the background.
Next, I'll quilt all of the appliques. 21x31"
"Cedar Waxwing" is my second entry for the Merging Visions Exhibition. The poem Invisible Threads by Beth Honeycutt describes a bird sitting in a snowy nandina bush. I combined three photos and "painted" things with photoshop before having it inkjet printed on cotton sateen. 13.5x18"
Time to step away from the computer and get busy!