Friday, March 27, 2009

Neverending

The theme for the Stretching Art special exhibit at Quilter's Heritage is "Neverending". We could interpret it however we wanted to. How would you define neverending? Neverending piles of laundry? Neverending errands? The neverending universe? The only idea that kept coming into my head was how the slugs seem to have a neverending appetite for my zinnias. So I created a quilt based on that, complete with holes in the leaves. (That was a learning experience, let me tell you!) Here's are sneak peek; to see the whole quilt, please visit Quilter's Heritage in Pennsylvania, April 2-5. If you get a chance to go, please take pictures; I'd love to see the exhibit!

6 comments:

Natalya said...

nice holes...

Agume Atlas said...

I like your art. i wish you vist me one day i show you some diffirence. thanks for all you do.

norma said...

I sure like this peek at it. I'm going to Lancaster and will be sure to take pictures.

Hmmmm, I see that you have the same new commenter that I do.

Elizabeth said...

Beautiful, Vivien! I wish I could see it at Lancaster, but I'll be too busy packing to get there this year. Will you please post the entire piece on your blog after the show?

agume atlas said...

Its is one reason to be on the internet just to visit and see what new beauty you have. bigups!

Susan Schrott, Artist said...

beautiful Vivien. How wonderful that your piece is in Lancaster this year. I look forward to seeing the whole piece.