Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Bexhill Breakwaters at Quilt Museum

As the 'Breakthrough' Exhibition by Contemporary Quilt has now opened at the Quilt Museum,
I can finally reveal my entry displayed there "Bexhill Breakwaters"


It is 60cm square, based on photos and sketches of Bexhill-on Sea last year , constructed from an old Durham quilt, stitched and painted, with inserts of old Japanese Kasuri fabric.
I made lots of preparatory materials including the handling sample required and a 'toile' to solve problems along the way. I'll share more about the process in next few posts- good practice for the Gallery Talk I'm giving at the Quilt Museum on the 28th April!

5 comments:

Susan Briscoe said...

Lovely piece. I hope to get up to the museum to see this exhibition. Where else is it going?

Guzzisue said...

beautiful piece :-)

margaret said...

Impressive research - reflected in the refinement and impact of the piece. And you wonder why it took so long to finish??

neki desu said...

just glorious. love the way you used the kasuri

Connie Rose said...

What a fabulous piece!