Tag Archive: art quilts

Notes on Design Styles

I read a lot of books about defining one’s artistic style, and I just came across a very helpful guide, Joen Wolfrom’s Adventures in Design: Ultimate Visual Guide. This book specifically addresses design… Continue reading

Two Small Finishes

Over the past few months real life has snapped its fingers to get my attention — my husband has had two minor knee surgeries, we had a big party to celebrate owning this… Continue reading

The Endeavourers Reveal Day: Emotions

It is the day when The Endeavourers online art quilt group reveals the works inspired by the latest theme. This quarter’s challenge was “Emotions/Feelings.” Inspired by the process of working creatively, I chose… Continue reading

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day, November 2021

The Endeavourers is an online group that creates small art quilts quarterly, all inspired by a chosen theme. This quarter the theme was “A Headline from a Newspaper,” which I found dismaying. Normally… Continue reading

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day, August 2021 — Opposite Day

Once a quarter I make an art quilt for an online group, The Endeavourers.  This time the theme was “Opposites Attract.” I had a very hard time coming up with anything, but finally… Continue reading

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day 13 – Memories

Diving in to new techniques for an art quilt challenge.

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day 12 – The Sea

Diving in to new techniques for an art quilt challenge.

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day 11 – Inspiration from a Friend

I am part of an online group, The Endeavourers, whose members produce small art quilts around a theme.  This time around we did a round-robin exchange of inspirational objects. My package came from… Continue reading

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day – Miss Havisham’s Banquet

I am part of on online art quilt group, The Endeavourers, that posts small quilts quarterly.  Our prompt for our tenth challenge was “A Scene from a Book”. The scene that jumped into… Continue reading

International Quilt Festival 2019

This year I was again able to go to the International Quilt Festival (IQF) here in Houston, and again, I had only three hours to be at the show. My husband drove me… Continue reading