Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Finished



Alma Stoller's online class "She's So Unusual" at joggles.com looked like a good way to be inspired to use the paintings of faces I did last year in DJ Pettitt's workshop. I'm happy with the way the quilt turned out and plan to develop this idea further . These photos are laid out in reverse order but, oh well!

10 comments:

edina said...

Hi Suzanne,

Your quilt is FABULOUS! Really beautifully done. Also love the pic of the Simonator! I miss seeing that little sub sandwich. :)

Paula McNamee said...

Suzanne, I really like your quilt and am impressed that you finished the online class! Thanks for sharing all of your good book recommendations.

Alma Stoller said...

Thank you so much. It is simply gorgeous.
Great Work.
Alma

Shari said...

Wow, girlfriend! What an amazing way to use up those pieces from class. My gosh, this is such a terrific art quilt! Hugs, Shari

DJ said...

WOW! Suzanne, I love what you did with the painting from class! Just fabulous....perfect mix!
DJ

Kim H. said...

WOW this is gorgeous! I love what you did with it!

Angie in AZ said...

Beautiful work! I love the leaf trees in the background... and of course, the rest of the quilt is amazing too!

Sharon said...

This is beautiful. Wonderful way to combine two learning experiences into one fabulous piece of art.

Carol said...

Beautiful, great that you could use your piece from another class, mine usually end up in a box.

Christine Edwards said...

Love the face you painted from DJ's workshop, and the quilt you embellished is fabulous! What a great combination.