Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Three Done and Dusted - One To Go

I have completed the third piece for the Voyage Group theme entitled "Abstracted Earth"

This is a piece for my series in this theme entitled "Forces of  Nature".  It is an iceberg with the largest portion below the water. The title of this piece is "Danger Below". As usual, all these are my own hand-dyed and surface designed fabrics. The one exception is the top layer of the iceberg which is above the water. That is a loosely and randomly woven piece of fabric from a friend. I think it makes the perfect iceberg top!


The fourth and final piece for this year for Voyage has been started. The plan is to have it ready before I leave for Duluth for the Minnesota Quilters Association Annual Quilt Show 2015.  More about that later!

Linking this up to Nina Marie's Off The Wall Fridays!! Lots of beautiful creations to see. Drop by for a visit!


Ann Scott said...

This is wonderful. You really achieved that icy mysterious feeling under the surface!

Norma Schlager said...

Beautiful use of your hand-dyed fabrics and a wonderful abstraction of the iceberg.

The Inside Stori said...

I agree with the previous comments.......your subject was most definitely illustrated with this piece! Your mention of going to MN Quilt Show made me smile with so many wonderful memories of multiple times teaching at this event!!

quiltedfabricart said...

Ditto on what everyone said :-) I admire you for being able to pull off the abstract so well. I find it scary.

Regina B Dunn said...

Very cool abstraction. Love the fabrics, too.

irene macwilliam said...

Really think you made a great success of the underwater bit of the iceberg, such a difficult concept to do so well.