Please do not post these pictures on other sites without my permission.
This is Love (not), finished in early January.
It’s 43″ w x 56″ h ($2200) and started out as a small drawing that became a larger drawing, and then apparently became my life.
And this is a detail of Awakening the Crone, also finished in January.
This is the Mother…I’m not allowed to show more of this piece until it opens in the Celebrating Silver exhibit in October 2014 at Houston, so I will update then. This is the Maiden…
For now, you’ll have to be happy with details. Awakening the Crone ($3600) is 40″ w x 70 1/2″ h. This piece was made specifically for this exhibit.
I finished two quilts in the first 17 days of January, thanks to most of the work being done in 2012. I have three more pinbasted from previous years and ready to go, plus more in my head and needing finishing in 2013. Could be a banner year!
This is Earth Day…
47″w x 62″ high, based on feelings after the Japanese tsunami in 2011 and how badly we treat the Earth ($2500).
This is I Gave Already…
40″ w x 60″ high ($2200), made for Gift, an exhibit celebrating Women’s History Month at Mesa College in March. It jumped to the top of the priority list, over the other three that were ready for quilting, because it needed to be done by January 15 for photography reasons (I was only 2 days late!).
In February, I finished Nakedman…
It’s 43.5″ wide x 28″ high ($2500).
Then July brought Babygirl…
which is 12″ wide x 18″ high ($800), made for The Pussycat Challenge, an exhibit opening at Art Share LA on September 13.
And this is Buried Under…
Also finished in July, measuring 47″ wide x 69″ high ($2200) and taking almost 3 years to complete for no real good reason.
Wise Choice and Planting Choice were finished in August and September, 2013, but pictures can’t be posted until May 2014, when the exhibit opens…here’s a detail of the larger one, Wise Choice, 72″ square.