I sold this painting yesterday. I have also been displaying little paintings in an office in Ft Wayne IN. They have started to go there as well once I began the fun animals and plant paintings. Small quilts did not sell. But I like to keep my quilts anyway. Here's one I had in their office for quite sometime.
That one got some recognition at a local show. Yes it is painted. I finally decided that I need to piece or applique my quilts and paint pictures. Looks like I have the right idea finally!
These are my fabric beginnings for this year's Sarah Fielke BOM "Down the Rabbit Hole" I am anxiously awaiting my package of templates in order to make a 40 piece circle for the middle of the medallion style quilt. I like that she included a sketch which I'm sure you'll see if you go to her web site. Love this quilt and I like that she does not make the design a mystery. :-)
This is the finished quilt with binding for the small group I belong to that meets once a week. It has a patriotic panel and everyone made the blocks the go around it. I was the one setting it all together. This was a first for creating a medallion. Not too tough as it turns out. Just add strips until it all works out!
Here's a picture of a quilt that fascinated me at an accuquilt booth at the Grand Rapids Quilt Show. (Don't know who the lady is) The quilt is based on a Vasarely painting. Once I had a friend who told me that I would like Vasarely's paintings.
It does make a nice quilt though don't you think?
Lastly, I'm really enjoying Krislovesfabric's blockloc blocks! Pretty slick!