I have always love the serenity of an uninterrupted horizon, simple color spreading off the edges. In this interpretation, I used the subject of lupine fields, one of the more breath-taking vistas indigenous to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
This quilt was painted in two panels then stitched together along a division line according to the Golden Ratio. The lower floral piece was brush-painted and mono-printed in several layers. The upper piece was water-dispersed paint with brush-painting over that and finished with skip troweling white over it all. The way the color bled was a happy accident giving the impression of mountains.
Like all quilts this was layered with bat and a backing then quilted and finally stretched over a constructed wooden frame.
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