This is an informal list of my work. Starting from the center and spiraling outward I weave two sided quilts, therefore two stories echo or debate each other. They are in syzygy; forever yoked together. Weaving strips of recycled fabrics I examine the concept of what is considered ugly vs beautiful. In the tradition of quilting I confine myself to what I have salvaged. My background naturally leans toward the use of different ethnic fabrics.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
#10. 'African Tulips/Dead Roses'. 44 x 40. 2012.8 Japanese, Tutuvi silk screen print, Hawaiian tiki print v.s. Dead rose print and contemporary fabrics. 500. STOLEN from 4th Presbyterian Church.