I’ve missed a week’s posting because we’ve been in Edinburgh for several days, enjoying some of the brilliant events that the city has to offer – theatre, exhibitions and a lot more. So, as I haven’t done much design work recently, here’s a project that Cherri Kincaid and I worked out some time ago
It’s based on a painting by my mother, called “Fragments of Summer”. Cherri thought it could be translated into a beautiful quilt, and asked me to digitise the squares.
This was a quick and uncomplicated job, and Cherri then assembled the squares into a quilt that was slightly different from the original in arrangement and colours, but still had the same delicate, evanescent charm
I think it works beautifully both as a painting and as quilted art