The stories of the Earth are found in the layers of the rock – the schist, quartz, limestone, granite and more. Bent and folded, riding over top and underneath one another, they contain remnants of the past embedded in the sediments, clues to what has gone before us. The narratives are written in a language available to any who are able to read them and formed by an eons-long dance performed to music heard, perhaps, only by other celestial bodies.
Fabric and thread; machine pieced and quilted. 42” x 69” SOLD
This quilt was exhibited at the Two Rivers Gallery Earthly exhibition in 2014 and now resides at the College of New Caledonia in Prince George, British Columbia.
The back of the quilt
As you walk the spiral path of learning, with each turn of the cycle building upon what came before it, don’t forget to reach for the three principles of serendip (insight, chance and discovery) and see where the learning takes you.
(2016) Fabric and thread; machine applique and quilted; 40” x 41”.
Serendipity is available to go to a new home.
Sometimes it is good to simply experiment. My doodle quilts are the result. Not too large, they fit into almost any corner of a room and add a splash of interest. They can also hang in any orientation — you decide what works best.
Fabric, thread, Inktense pencils; 8.5” square
Available to go to new homes.
A person goes through many stages in her (or his) life: child, parent, student, friend, confidante, employee, employer, etc. Each step of the way, you can find yourself redefining how you are and how you step out into the world.
(2009) Thread drawing on cotton fabric, stretched over a wooden frame, 48” x 26.5”.
reDefining herSelf was first exhibited in the Two Rivers Gallery Drawn exhibition in 2010, followed by the Federation of Canadian Artists Drawing Exhibition 2012.