Art – Quilts

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A¬†pictorial history…1991 – 2016..

1991

1992

1993

1994 – 1999

2000 – 2001

2002

 

2003

detail diamond in the ruff

2004-2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

mandala 1 finished-kford horizontal cropped

 2011

Mandala 2 cropped

 

P1110008

 

mandala poppy cropped

P1110021

 

Mandala faces

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2012

P1110919

P1110921

 

2013

Ornamental touch

2014-2015

centerpiece 1 cropped

P1130921
seeing wind mandala finished cropped

P1140160

 

P1140568

P1140569

2016

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15 thoughts on “Art – Quilts

  1. Wow Kathy-your quilts or “paintings” are wonderful. Very, very, different to most styles I’ve seen! Thank you for sharing.

  2. How can one possibly leave a comment? They are outrageously beautiful.

    These seem unique to me. Are they unusual in the quilting world?

    • Julie, there are techniques that are shared in the quilting world…and then there is the way in which they are used to express an individual voice. I’ve done my share of experimenting which I suppose makes many of these quilts fall into a category of ‘unusual’…or perhaps just art?

  3. Hi Kathy,
    These are STUNNING! I’m awed..and speechless!
    Having tried my hand with quilting a few years back, I can only appreciate them that much more.
    Linda

  4. hi kathy
    i think about your quilts often. i searched and found your ‘spontaneousaccomplishment’ site today, and am so happy to see how they keep evolving. i ‘pinned’ two images of them on pinterest. hope all is well.
    love,
    L

  5. I came her via Kathy’s post. OMG, what an explosion of design, your work is amazing. I quilt nothint like this and I bow to artists who make such amazing work. I absolutely love the red piece, so stricking. Well so many just make me shake my head in amazement. The design elements in the 1993 – 1994 pieces are stunning, I love how you used the sashing as an added design. Very cool work!

  6. Well Kathy, your quilts are simple beautiful whats nice is noting the evolution of your quilts from a traditional style to a more abstract and expressionist. Love the work.

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